Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01711
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 21, 1979
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01711
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The NJHT lUver Tower recorded .1 inch sfcm also MM June bas been. a'. "'"j 1,,

f the iege of t.. is on Jim*!, .8 June 11, a trace on June relatively dry montti. '"v -- SINCE 1879 -- J, ,
ches the mot or June,accordIng 14 and .S on June 15. The fotecatt for Thursday ,
a from tlg iorida I11vl.ion ofr Saturday very little chance ef MM; r
z; The dtvtftten recorded 8.8 Inch** of with continued above ir* .'\ '.. :
r rain for the month of May. Thedivt- temperatures
ii', Rainfall reco'"-at the Raiford \
'Tower: .. inches on June 11; for ".'"'' f11'1
.' UbI "V T wet*! .J.*J/IM'/ 14.and Aon, Appointive Clerk, Marsh tall for Hampton : '..uI

..June $, Hampton resldenU will decide in County Supervisor Of Elections in .. I ':
,, Loins I UI Tower'recorded the" mostrainfall'withtonjunel.3June2.3 July V they want to have an appointed Starke. :

clerk, and marshal by approving Attorney..ftegiie'lynn said the major ."' :' !"
June 3, .1 June a, 1.3 Inches June u. .1 those change in a new city charter. difference in the new charter '
< June 12. .s on June 1 4 and l./June II.o would be cbang.ngthe: selection of.a The 'Sweetest, Strawberries This Side of Heaven .' I: I IJust

The division hud\ no explanation clerk and marshal by appointment of... .
the difference in rainfall at Louis hill Residents who want to vote must the city council rather than having n looihYear STAKKE. FLORIDA 2SC.ntaCopy '., >".' '.
Tower and the other towert. register by June 25 with the Bradford residents vote on those positions. 4tth 'uue Thursday,June: 1.11 VSPSe.Tr7u0i ) ';

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The gas crunch crashed into Starke when the city tank that supplies gasoline
1 v : for city vehicles ran dry, resulting in the parking of about half of the city's

vehicles. j ,
I t, Lack of fuel sent police to a local station to keep cars on patrol. ,1 '
I s. Mayor-Commissioner Wilbur Waters called city department heads together J
Monday and stressed the need for conservation.
I ) y a Waters said drastic action was necessary. He decided the best way to save gas
would be to remove some of the city's vehicles from service. Therefore, he
yiA + ordered about half the city's vehicles to be locked inside the fenced yard next to t'f
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I # the city's maintenance garage.

sS ''r The city commission backed presenting weekly reports on the use {t''.! j

: t ., Waters'action at its meeting Tuesday of gasoline and costs '
I In lei + night. Waters listed the reductions: the .
Waters began the explanation by natural gas department will be using
saying the city had been placed on an one truck rather than two recreation
allocation beginning June 1 to use 75 personnel will park one of their two
l 1; : percent of the amount of fuel used vehicles, electrical department
o 's .o ) M during the same month last year. workmen will 'operate two trucks
I! ltd Waters said the tank ran dry Monday rather than four and the garbage
: ; night ending the the city's fuel department will operate the diesel k
allocation for June. In 18 days the city truck and park the gasoline model. v ; ,
: had used up their 30-day() supply Former city commissioner Charles j, 1
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-- Pi<'""'" -- allocation. Schaefer suggested'that the city explore < ,
five Parado, a freshman, has earned .tr each of his Waters said arrangements were being costs of converting the vehicles ;
students of some 1.150 at BUS earned all-A's during the fifth six Jght-A's grading period young 'i
I f weeks. They are left to right. Teresa Knepper Karen Thorpe Randy Parado. high school career. Miss Yawn, a junior missed the all-A's list only once this additional made with.the supplier to receive use natural gas rather than f.f.to
Teresa Harley.and Betsy Yawn. year because of a B In advanced placement English. gas.Commissioner Harold Epps called gasoline.

the mayor's emergency action a step Waters said he had already asked '
in the right direction. for Information on that possibility.
"Conservation is definitely need Waters said the problem prompted
II f 5 Earn Straight-A's For 5th Six-Weeks ed," Epps said. him to take Immediate action to
Other commissioners also agreed. reduce the use of gasoline but he
Waters complimented the police as wanted to bring the matter to the
Five of 1,150 students! enrolled at The five students earning ed placement English, advanced JUNIORS Jeffery'Brooker. the only department that had taken commission to continue his order or
band, American music William Chastain, Sarah Faulk; Sandra come with .
Bradford High School earned A'. are:' history measures to save fuel before he decided up other suggestions. ;
: straight-A's for the fifth six-weeks theory, physics, and French II. i Quiette Lydia Starling, and to take some of the vehicles out of ./'

i 'grading period which ended recent!'. Teresa Harley, a freshman .J. yce Wainwright.. ,.. \xJoeyHerres. .' service. -\ Waters said the Vehicles taken out ,.:
Teresa Knepper a Junior, 'dau hter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew 'r.. 4 o' Two police cars will be on patrol of service would remain locked .. '
Rand1 Parade !: lntheu
' .:.. .Fi bmaJ ,,, : .of daughter of,Mr. and Mrs. L.PKne p-. "'' J'11OMOBES..Brenda Durminey* ..'. -rrcJiy ,..
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tl Raiford has made straighrxTUMf entire -*r-pef! of Crystal Lake. Teresa I.I enrolled .Wffar". of iwtey>"Teres* .la taking*''' Elizabeth McWilllflrtis,"-""'ratherrOan limited. four and driving/ will he t ':yard\tmttt3 ul".The.= : .ouT-oF: .. I
language physical education Police Chief Jimmy Bowen service police cars will remain at the
Yawn usage
Junior ;
date Betsy
to in advanced Cecil Prenton Suzette
year placement English, Sherra Mott, said his officers had purchased fuel station to be used in of '
missed the straight-A list just once; novels teacher's aide, American SENIORSMelody Barton, John' Rodrique, and Dale Underhill. from a local station and he would be case
she made a B in advanced applied history, physics, and chemistry. Dixon, Horace Griffin, Cindy Griffith FRESHMEN- Tina Best, Vickie emergency. I i
English the fourth six-weeks. Only Betsy Yawn, a Junior, daughter of Cecilia Infante, John Grider, Patty Carver, Angla Higginbotham Gina .
three freshmen and two Juniors earned Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn of Starke and Mullins, Terri Parrish, Lori ShiM, Lane, Suzanne Newport, Ronda ((1,
all-A's. No sophomore or senior Circuit Judge Theron A. Yawn of Irene Wainwright, and Fred Woods.B Stern, and Richard Trainor.Hampton's \h "
earned a place on the list of the Gainesville.. Belay is taking advanc- honor roil: Retanla Coleman. 55' 'ii "

highest elite. ::
Only 32 students are on the A-B
honor roll list for the fifth six-weeks, ., Se
the .fewest any grading period this Seventh Graders :
term. to Stay ;


:Jlt t11Un Urrtcre Brooker 7th Graders Will Go to StarkeHampton ,

seventh graders will go to have attended Southslde or Starke Chairman Vernon Parmenter com \\1

1 school at Hampton Elementary and Elementary, and Bradford High, mented after the discussion."I .
Brooker seventh graders will be grades 912. Only changes from Supt. think what you've run into is
transported to Bradford Middle Casey's original 'proposal are the some bad planning" Parmenter said.
: School, it was decided Monday night seventh grade from Brooker going to In explaining the staffing alloca- .
after parents from both areas were the middle school. tions, said the estimated enroll- '
consulted and some appeared at the Members of the Brooker delegationtold ment Casey at the middle school: is 711 Commissioners Silcox e..left) and Warren confer during Tuesday nights' i
meeting of the Bradford school board. the school board that people with students plus the 23 seventh gradersat meeting In which Silcox defended his motion to remove Warren an mayor He ,-
Supt Tom Casey changed his children in the seventh grade want Brooker for a new total of 734. That said the people of Starke voted to abollwh the mayor-council form of govern.meal ( \
i In 1973. lie said the mayor-commkeloner' In selected. to preside oter city
recommendation on grade classifications them to attend the middle school in ,will mean a pupil-teacher ratio of
commission meetings and has no other beyond those of each of the other
at each school: to reflect what the Starke, but Brooker parents with about 1.25 or 26 for regular classes, power
parents want, and the school: board children in lower grades preferredtheir Casey said.Enrollment. city commissioners.Ex .
""ti-= voted 4-0 to approve it. Casey said he children stay in Brooker. Board at Starke Elementary I
\"" : had attended a Brooker PTA meetingand member J.T. Parrish who representsthe is S set at 664 and Southside Elemen- Mayor Fights His Removal
..: Thursday Jun.21, parents there want their childrento Brooker area, told Supt. Casey the tary at 637. The two schools have ap -
0 stork.Slonnlna attend the middle school. ladies, were telling it Just about as proximately identical staffing. Casey ,
I a Zoning ,'j The board also approved 4-0 a per- he'd been told. said. Comprehensive education An attorney representing Commis- City Clerk Merrill Edwards said the 9
I Mooting' 7i30. ,:" '.'i);';, sonnel allocation chart for each Casey said facilities at Hampton classes will be determined after sioner Joe Warren vowed Tuesday vote which abolished the mayor's :
<' y- school, almost identical to the present will be crowded but Principal Connie testing results with students enter night to take the city commissionersto duties In 1973 was 836 to 573. "
Saturday Juno It 't chart, but declined to approve new Clark,said the school could "make school. court for removing Warren as 1 '
positions before hearing from the do" for another year In the hope of Enrollment expected at Lawtey mayor two weeks ago. Silcox said the vote by the In-
:.. ., Fop W.", ., State Department of Education what getting additional space In the future. Elementary is 359; that Is the area Warren, made good his threat to dicated the type of government they ,t I
J":'' 'CorWo.hand monies the school system can expectfor "Yes sir, we can make do," Clark where the most growth has been experienced fight the loss of his Job as mayor by, wanted. Silcox is the only person who '\ r
.7' ; Registration 1979-SO. In recent ,years. A new hiring Gainesville attorney Harris has remained been a city commissioner '
.7'y? at Community Iteta Sank1'J ."What if we authorize these positions '. said.Hampton enrollment has 8-classroom complex costing some Tobin. since that time. i I. i
$+,. from S e..... J p..... and have ?" asked Is at Lawtey this told commissioners that their After the meeting. Warren told the \
'.':_, ._ /, 0 ," don't money from 143 in 1976 to 204 this past term $336,000 going up Tobin '
"- -tr! ,: :' !; Board Chairman Vernon Parmenter. a 41 percent Increase. year. Architect Craig Salley action in removing Warren had Telegraph that the sole purpose of his 'III
Y; :' Rummago SoloStarko "We're doing .some more anticipation. Hampton will have eight grade presented final working drawings on 'Violated his civil rights because they action in seeking legal&aid was to prove '
:i ZE.: 'i Star. .." Parmenter observed. levels and seven classrooms. Half of the Lawtey addition to the school had not followed due process and that the law on the books is good
'f't. -:":";.' ., Cantor Soy.Softholl "I find it difficult to make a decision the library Is being used for a board Monday night allowed him a hearing. and that they do have someone who's \ '
,{$!i.".'< ToomvtWott.loo Soil Park. on this because I don't know what classroom, plus another small room Brooker enrollment is a question, Reading from the city, charter, charged with enforcing it. I' I
,. ., ... .. money is available," the chairman. of about 120 square feet which Supt depending on how many migrantscome Tobin said certain procedures were '. J
.. i:iI :; ?e. 7 p.rn. be termed in to work local farms. Brooker before a city official could
'; t .". ,' said.No Casey said is too large to a necessary .", _.r.. ,'r
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!, ; '' '' : positions are deleted on the new closet. started out with 149 students last term be removed. After quoting the };)\ ;I 4 ;N
< 'r Ilk. 1102".1 55V.:: r rit k
't.. -"*!'.-.J. t.dg. ,N' staffing chart Supt Casey said. "Sure we're crowded. The parents and ended with 174, due to migrant charter, Tobin said the commission W'l\ ,' I'
:.:t, : rlng-Vovr-Owft. I. Casey enumerated the new positionshe apparently feel they want to endure it enrollments.The failed to follow its own regulationsand \ I
f ; t, ,: StookSuppor recommended, and agreed for the a little longer" said Principal Clark. vo-tech school is .expected to should therefore rescind the vote .,; ,,\;. : /. : 0''.<- I
I .'i .; 7 p.m.' board to withhold approval'on new One set of Brooker parents Mr./and have an enrollment of 433. almost which removed Warren as mayor, ': '<"; ".' .t. !i1"1. i\
'. 1. "' \ ,: : : i: r. positions until it Is determined if Mrs. Tommy Cox, told the board they identical to this past term. The vo- Tobin said the Illegal action meant :: ', ? .);:.t i "

I .,' t' ..': Su.d.y.Jun.21', money will be available to pay them. feel they made a mistake in allowing tech is expected to have 19 fewer that the present mayor's signature 'f",,' .>,ij\'t\\ \>.' ,.
1: :: ....,....,. It ,,a Financial Information will be given their son to attend the seventh grade students but to earn 155 more .FTE may not be valid on.contracts to be I
., ", ,....bytoftan Church to area counties next Thursday. June ''at Brooker. rather than be units. undertaken by the city.
... ;S' ,.,.....M.*. 28, at a meeting al Lake City. transported to the middle school In BHS enrollment Is set now at 1,032. Warren said later that he might e
:, 'ck H..dr,, Supt Casey asked that the board Starke. The youth was. behind In and has been going down for the past decide against taking the matter to dlt 1 ;11 i S 5
;: 4iMJOp.m.. .' approve the personnel allocation math and science when he'arrived at several years from a previous high of court so actions soon to provide city r t J

'," .T. S ,Irlond1.hwfioo1 chart so principals could begin filling the middle school for the. eighth 1,200 some several years ago. . Improvements would not, be Jeopar N'
'':- ':t.'** Vj J "'<'" '-l' )11 \ the slots in preparation for the fall grade Cox said. (see page leA) dized. I'
iL l' term and the board agreed with the At that point, 'Supt. Casey com Commissioner Vernon Silcox. who
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; .', exception of the new positions. Approval mented he thinks parents will be Impressed made the motion to remove Warren
'!" 4'Am i.og14ww4t, .... was withheld for a half-time with test results from ail as mayor two weeks ago made no ,
'f.! para-professional, in food service, a schools, which Casey termed Index. comment. when Tobin outlined his
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?: ,.,' half-time secretary 'In the business "phenomenal." Hampton and ,, .. "'. plan to sue the commissioners Individually I .
:,' + "I" manager's office, a recommended Southside elementary schools: were :j'ff'' ..i' ,,. -',v ., ;, ( for violating Warren's civil I
> t air-condition repair and maintenance named as cases in point. ,Students \L b; U'TWO SUCTION: '. ,.: ,;.- ,rights and also have a court declare 11 i
... l. .., ;" man. head custodian positions at the tested as much as two years above ''SECTION Ai r'rJ' : that their action in removing. Warren, 1
r: ". ,' t, w ..Courtesy- ? y, vo-tech. Starke' and Southside grade level.:Casey aaidf. Test results Sottelyi:< \'.... '. .PIyN2A-34: ,.. ,was illegal "" .J \
., "' :: JACK'S "AftIOIC Elementary Schools, and a teacher, at have not been compiled but they are, llilllt"r".,,,.,,, .,....Fi4r Psee 4ANewae..1A,3ATA,14A,3' However Silcox. did comment 1-
Brooker Elementary.S 'being studied by the school staff the earlier In site meeting that residents; Gai.RidlFatbtiteylli"trteT; *<, '. : i
Grade classifications'approved are superintendent said. ... ,IsN tJ1'Icriot4 of Starke voted out the office of mayor' '; ,
:: f .'iI..V. .. Legal ; o" put the four Starke city: .commissioners
:!:':: .. .-... otSfarka Southside and Starke'elementary 'We've had an outstanding ; : :: in 1973. He,said that 'vote Indicated on notice Tuesday night: that t
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"'' I*ftww.:! ** 30i: A .804-6078' I: schools.. K-3; Lawtoy and Hampton academic yearCasey, said aU 'I'k, :: .f.spsts that the people wanted a mayor/In their removal of,CnmntfcMtaaer Joe
.. r. elementary,schools. 'K-7. Brocker Brooker parents should not be too, ;'..:.1...wti.Pales IMiMB!!', name only to be chairman of the city Warren as mayor was Illegal sad they
-' "'Y;', ffl d.eey.1OM' HfioM ; ;Elementary; 'K4., Bradford'. Middle' discouraged: 'about having both the eultmri.s'My.k' =PageS6 ; commlssiptt and not a strong policy face court charges for damage,, ,
,' ( ,."";iMwy too Andal-A,., ,d :School grades e, 7. 8,'. the sixth.graders may Ii
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seventh grades eighth grades Glaasiti.teln.r..r..Js. aeon ,\j lJ1&ker. ; .violating Wrrett'cfri 3a 73"813 the which,would,; .... "' '.Jt"'I.H .I ;,, S .. ,' rt t
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Hospital Auxiliary To Refurnish Hospital Lobby 'f' ,I. O't.\\ ,

; L -I' ro .. AEAifCalya

Bradford Hospital Auxiliary held Vln iT'" .WSVI: ;

.:. Its last executive board meeting for .. :; ,
the summer on June 7 in the hospital ., i .? ;

.: library.The club voted to run the H pitali- ,": ,,.:: ,.. _Ooot y i'6 y ; 7608

ty Shop as it did in the past after ending ': ; !' ..,
: the trial six month basis of the I i: .j..J... '.
Methodttt Hospital running the shop. :': lh rI '
: The Auxiliary thanks the Methodist < .KLPOA Hot. Bridge-Luncheon: June 13'
Hospital for being so willing to help )f ; '
run the shop.Draperies ; .. (,, ,.,,,, The ladles of 'the 'kingsley,j akeProperty Mrs. O.L, JBeaney won the prize for
are being made for the ; : Owners Association.*ftt rtained winner ;of.the two table bridge club
front wing of the hospital and new "" ';,rtt::: :;!! : at a delightful bridge-Ju and CJN,,Christy won high at his
drapes have already been hung In the ',' Wednesday of test week at their club table.
dining room. Both being Auxiliary 'f..! :5\) 'house at the lake with approximately The individual tables were centered
.-. projects The club is also planning to xi 75 attending.Mrs. with varied colored day lillies.

refurnish the waiting room at the ,. .. ,,, ,.. ..:.'\\1--. Emma Riggs won the door The:: ;committee wishes; to thank all
hospital and asks the indulgence of -'---- prize donated by Stattnps store,Mr. ,Jhose who.helped.. In pake .the:affair a
everyone visiting the hosptial to !Mrs. Eva Anderson received her W.C. Townsend won:the. pound;c ke, auctess. ; ui!' 7.
please help keep the waiting room 4000 hour pin recently for volunteer r +
clean and comfortable. The waiting work In the Bradford llottpllal Aux
room is a convenience for the visiting iliary. !Mn. Anderson Joined the Auxiliary KLPOA to Sponsor v red Dish Supper, June 23 f ., .
: public and the Auxiliary asks In 1W4 and has been a faithful .. ,rY ,; tf "
everyone to take pride in it. and dependable member for the put Members" and guests of the j7 r
KLPOA announces that the civic .I"I'
The next meeting of the Auxiliarywill ',. ,
be a general meeting held Mon IS years. Kingsley, Lake Property Owners center at Kingsley Lake.is availablenow
Association will have a covered dish'
.day. Sept. 24, at the Western Steer for family reunions, wedding
supper at the civic center Saturday receptions, parties, and other rune
Steak House. Members are asked to Debbie Spengler
night, June 23. An election of directors
remember this date and plan to attend tions. The rental fee is $25 for
; will be held at 6 ,followed byIUPper.
the Dutch treat dinner. p.m. member and J33 for non-members. H
Desso FormanTo l I.
Those wishing to engage the center
i may contact Moran at 533-2802, or
Joy Saxon, Wed June 23 Gerald D. Moran president"i f of Ann Hill at 5332069.

Miss Debbie SpengJer and Desso Food Service Assrt'tnstallatlon Luncheon
Evan King DrakeTo Forman will be united in marriage ...

Saturday, June 23, at B p.m. in the The annual Bradford County School. Amandalene Chandler, treasurer,
Wed July 6 First United Methodist Church with a Food Service luncheon was held at the Mrs. Barbara Crawford, certification .
reception following in the StarkeWoman' Western Steer Restaurant on Wednes- Chairman Mrs. Louise Bell, .,

Miss Joy Saxon daughter of Mr. Club. day, June 13. membership chairman Mrs. Dora
All friends and relatives are "
and Mrs. Edward Saxon of Hamptonand Each of the seven school cafeteriasin Lee Dean, reporter Mrs. Anna Ruth 'i. .4''a 1
attend. ,
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Evan King Drake, son of Dr. and the county received a certificatefor Johnson. .f. '1+'i,,,...... .
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Mrs. Donald K. Drake of Pfafftown.N 100 percent membership In the The incoming president Mrs. Dean ., ,
.C. will be united marriage Fri- association.New spoke on plans for the 79-80 school ,.
day. July 6 at 7 p.m. In the Clay Bap-- Reception Sunday For officers installed for the coming year which the association is planningand i"
tist Temple, 644 Standing Blvd., year by food service coordinator encouraged all members to work ,
Orange Park. Rev. and Mrs. Jack HandThe Dolores Morgan were: president toward a more productive school i k zk. wa
All friends and relatives are invitedto Mrs. Elizabeth Dean, president elect, lunch program In the future.
attend. session and congregation of the Mrs. Betty Lynn, secretary, Mrs. The luncheon was enjoyed by 29
First Presbyterian Church will enter. members.

Quilt Showing At lain at a reception Sunday, June 24, ; '
from 4:30 to 5:30: p.m. honoring Dr. Lloyd Mosleys Host Rehearsal DinnerThe
and Mrs. Jack Hand.

Starke Nursing Friends of the church are cordially rehearsal dinner for the June IS with leather leaf fern, baby's breath
Home June 29 invited to attend the reception which wedding of Tamara Etheridge and and purple grape pods. The center of ;
will be held in the Hall.
Mark Mr. each table
Mosley was given by and held a single white
Starke Nursing Home will have a Mrs. Lloyd E. Mosley on Thursday, wrought iron candle stick with burn ..1t1
quilt showing of homemade quilts on June 14, in the Fellowship Hall of the ing grape tapers encircled with .............. .. ..- ,.. I
Friday, June 29. from 1 to 4 p.m. to DUPLICATE: Starke Church of God. leather leaf fern, baby's breath andpurple
commemorate July 4. CLUB HESL'LTSMrs. The T-shaped tables were covered grape Mr. and Mrs, Bobby T Smith
W.If.Thomson : marked
John Griffin and Mrs.
A program at 2:30: will tell the with white cloths. The head table was Place cards the seating ar-
history of each quilt; some made by were the winning couple at centered with a five-branched white rangement of the 27 guests including r.
the patients and others that have been Duplicate Bridge Tuesday night. wrought iron candelabra holding burning the wedding party and family Michelle Gullion and Bobby Smith
Rhea Johnson and Marie Dent
were I
scented members.
contributed for the showing. grape tapers encircled
second and Hilda Dey and Minou
The Refreshments public is invited will be to served.attend. Wainwright were third.PLYMPTON United in Marriage May 26
DeWitt C. Jones To Be Honored On 90th Birthday

Michelle Coe Gullion, daughter of lace, same as in the dress. She car
SIGNS The Woman's Club of Starke will be sion will be Mr and Mrs. Harold Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Gullion of Lawtey ried a medley nosegay of peach,
the scene of an open house reception Johnson and the staff of the DeWitt C. and Bobby Thad Smith son of Mr. yellow, mint green miniature carna-
Distributor of Changeable Sunday afternoon,June 24, from 3 to 5 Jones Funeral Home. and Mrs. William T. Smith of Starke tions, daisies and ivy with white satin.
COPY SIGNS o'clock for DeWitt C. Jones of All friends in Bradford Clay, Union were united in marriage Saturday, streamers.
Gainesville, on the occasion of his and Alachua Counties are cordially May 26, at 8 p.m. in the Evergreen A reception was held in the church
All Types Lighted & Unlighted 964-6511 90th anniversary. Hosts on this occa- invited to attend. No gifts, please. Baptist' Church in Lawtey with Rev Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Lillian Ball

What began as a sideline occupation Cell Crawford performing the nup- kept the bride's book. Standing injthe
in his youth turned into a lifetime receiving line were the bride and
profession for Mr. Jones, which he is tials.Highlighting the altar was a gold 15 groom their parents and the bridal
still following after 71 years. He branch arch candelabra In the center, attendants.
gold stands held two altar arrangements The punch table
began his career at the youthful age both'aFpblht'da '
i of 18 with,the purchase an interestin of peach gladiolus,.mint 'w r.1 ( ; $ttfG maize
Starke store Dial sold caskets asa: green hr3CllaMh mtBachcarnatto 'jqlYeStr cloths overlayed With white
'sidelfne.!. 'The business continued to 'and 'lhad of white\ and '' isy*Patternlattf\ clollWPWrlhafof) '

grow, however, and Mr. Jones finally yellow daisies and baby's breath. Silk peach and yellow flowers and
separated the casket and funeral ser morning glories were placed in the sprengerie encircled the seven tiered 1
vice part of the business from the choir loft.Stuart cake and punch bowls. The two altar
other, and established the DeWitt C. Strickland served as best arrangements were placed on each
I Jones Funeral Home in Starke, whichhe man and the ushers were Forest and side of the bride's table.
continued to operate until sellingthe Gerald Gullion, brothers of the bride Mrs. Linda Bryant and Nella Cartercut
,' .. 3'rl business to Harold Johnson of and Brett Smith, brother of the the cake. Presiding at the punch
Gainesville in 1977. Mr. Jones later groom. bowls were Jana Starting, Linda
\ established funeral homes in Mrs. Carolyn V. Redding of Hampton Richardson and Mrs Betty
Gainesville and Keystone Heights, attended as matron of honor. She Blackburn.
n which have also been disposed of, wore a floor length gown of maize Following a wedding trip to Long
f 1 1i although he is still active in attendingand polyester angel knit with a fitted Boat Key and Busch Gardens the couple -
,. assisting with services.Mr. bodice, V neckline overlayed with are residing in the Pine Forest
1. Jones was recently honored as lace, and sunburst pleated skirt. She Apartments. :
i! *SffLV. the oldest licensed embalmer and carried a medley nosegay of peach, The bride is attending Santa Fe
; funeral director still active In the yellow, mint green miniature carnations Community College, seeking a
s state. He received his embalmer's daisies and ivy with yellow registered nurse degree. .
license on December 8, 1918. satin streamers. Mr. Smith is a fireman.
i iI V I.I I. Although he moved with his family Denise Gullion, sister of the bride,
: I from Starke to Gainesville in 1926 was junior bridesmaid and wore a
Mr. Jones has always maintained an gown similar to the honor attendant.She Elks Lodge 1802"i i
active interest in the affairs of the carried two red roses and ivy that
town where he was born and playedan were given to the bride and groom's Holds
important role of leadership in the mothers by the bride.
\\ community, serving on the City Council The bride, given in marriage by her
\ during the trying times when father wore a white satin gown with Members of Starke Elks Lodge
.i .4.L Starke was getting equipped to provide white floor length four Inch lace 1802, accompanying District Vice
= full-time power service to its overlay, fitted bodice, low pointed President and Mrs. George Dam!
.-- citizens, and being active in the neckline and long lace sleeves with a nlannl, to the Lake City Lodge 1193:
Starke unit of the Florida National cathedral train. Her beaded cap visitation Wed. June 13, were: Pas
; Guard, serving as commander of the secured her finger tip veil trimmed in District Vice President J.D. Doytej!
: pJ/J company for several years. Past Exalted Ruler and Mrs. V.&;
Nichols Past Exalted Ruler Mrs! ;
Nealy McConnell Jr., Exalted Uulet
OLD-FASHIONED SCHOOL and Mrs.,George W. Brown, Mr. and
'mendouS.tre Mrs. Robert Clare, Mr.and Mrs. Robs
: --; If you like to study and learn end are eight, nine, or ten years old, bie Shaper. and Mr. and Mrs D0N
Wallace. -s
trJlS come tothe old-fashioned school this summer and learn more about

ICOak'lbe reatfna.. writing, arithmetic science, and study skills. School will be ;i
tr Thursday, June U. the Gainesville
{ from 0 until o'clock. Monday Through Friday will cost
a' | a.m.: 12 you Elks Lodge 990.and Starke Elie

/ onneatest bUTs 3.00 a day. end will begin on July 9th. If you want to come, phoneme Lodge 1802 held a joint Flag Day
Ceremony at the Gainesvilletodfi
; aft seven. o'clock In the evenings at SUS4-7113 or write to.me; Members attending from Starke

.,.... e'I'ottere. 4 Lodge were: District Vice Presides
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'7 I and Mrs. George W..Brown.'Mr. and
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Eddy, Henry Spear;and Mr aM
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sir B.ltmDA. : till:h birthday June hgmie Lr; jlNClr: 't, In OfCrVws 'j';j
New River BaptistThe i Mr. Ordy Hart celebrated Wr- Jean Hart, where she had a Pahl .'
thday at his horn on Monday June 4, with cake and ice ream. day and Thursday June 90 and 21 entered the Army in
decendants of Robert H. and with cake and P..... Erin received many lovely gifts. from 8 a.m. to 1:90:: p.m. February 1974.
Lucretia Green will Join again this Helping Mm celebrate thfe pedal Those helping to celebrate her birth- Students may register at the Starke He.is a 1973 graduate of Union County
_ Sunday, June 24, at the New River oec.sionwere Mr. and Mrs. Jack day were: August Kay Jenkins,David office for all 8FCC el*****, including High School, Lake But......
BapUst Church at Brooker,according Hodge and their children, Mitchell Hedge Roxann Kelley Amy Crews, those at the main campus In His parents, Mr. and Mr. Leslie I I
.to RH. Green Jr. Sharon,Leo,Lorraine,James and Linda Randy Young, Joel Brewer, Missy Gainesville. No appointment is Crewa, Sr., live In Lawtey. i:':
After the lt00! worship service ; his wife, Jean and daughters and Dee Dee Hart, Ruby Hodge, necessary for Bradford resident who. Ii.
'the church, at which Dr. Harold Missy and Dee Dee. He received Kathy Kelley, Sherri Jenkins and register here.Summer ,'f<
Green, one of the grandsons will li+ ltta many nice gifts and everyone wished Erin's mother Mrs. Nancy Brewer. term runs from June 26 Pvt.Alan Bin Complete:
preach, a covered dish lunch will be him many more happy birthdays.Erin Mrs. Jean Hart gave out party hats through Aug. 15. Vehicle Mechanic'Course ,.;.
spread at 12:30: p.rt. horns and balloons and everyone hada Pvt. Alan L. Dirt, con of Mr. and
Robert H. Green settled In this area r itrf ,lx Brewer, celebrated her second wonderful time Santa Fe Community College is offering Mrs. E.L. Blrt, Hampton, recently ::::'
..In the classes In and completed a wheel vehicle mechanic ..
years following the civil war new Beg. Adv. r I
i and reared a family of twelve. Y r disco dancing, starting Thursday, course at the U.S. Army Training r.f '
.:, : AU friends and relatives are invited June 26. The courses, taught by expert Center, Fort Jackson S.C. ::
to share in this Alan will ,
special event. L.R. -'-' -: ">r'I!" Armithage meet on I
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Green, Crestview, Fla., is Chairman.G.M.FaulknersTo Daniel Hosier Tuesdays or on Thursdays at Brad- During the course, student were ;.
.. Kathy Perry Starke PersonalsMiss ford High from > p.m. to 8 p.m. or trained,perform maintenance and
,: from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. assist in the repair of automotive
._* Betsy Yawn, who returnedlast Glen Mullins has left for Mt. Lake This Is a non-credit course and the vehicles and associated equipment.Birt .
Daniel Rosier, week from week In Washington camp near Hendersonville, N.C. fee Is only $15 per person. You can
50thAnniversary D.C. left Sunday for FSU where she where he Is a counselor 'for the sum register at the Santa Fe office in the
Kathy PerryEngagement has a three weeks music scholarship. mer. high school, opened Monday-Friday entered the Army in Decemberof
; July ,1 from 8:00 to 1:00: or at the first last year. _
Told Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams have meeting on June 26. For more Infor- The private is a 1976 graduate of '
.* had as visitors Patty Williams of
df mation call 964-5382. Bradford High School In Starke.
Mr. and Mrs. George ,Madison Mr. and Mrs. John Greene and son, FSU from Wednesday to Saturday .
:':. Faulkner will celebrate their 50th Daniel Rosier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis visited, Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Mr. and Mrs John Williams and son
,::wedding anniversary: Sunday, July 1, Bobby V. Rosier of Lawtey and Kathy Chancey in Waclssa over the of Titusville Friday and Saturday and i
._'_ from 2:30 p.m. til) 5 p.m. Perry,daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Cecil weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McQualg of I
,-.The:: ceremony will be held In their W. Perry of Winter Park, announce Waycross on Saturday and Sunday. If The \
'I' home at 310 S.E. 3rd Avenue, Lake their engagement and approaching Mrs. George Miller returned Sunday MarriageIs
: Butler marriage which will be an event of after spending 10 days in Steven Moran was home from FSU
: ;j. All friends and relatives are cor.4iIdiaIlY Saturday July 7, at 7 p.m. at the Newnan, Ga. visiting Mr. and Mrs. for the weekend and left Sunday for I, ,
I ) invited to call on Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Road Baptist Church.Mr. I.P. Shepherd. They attended the six weeks at music camp in Brevard, Special... So I .
on this most happy Rosier is a 1971 graduate of :
: graduation of Susan Shepherd from N.C where he won a scholarshiop.
i, "" --slon.Hjj.N.. Bradford High School. Miss Perry Is a Georgia College, Milledgeville, Ga. }
1971 graduate of Oviedo High School. on Saturday June 9.Susan graduatedCum > Mrs. W.B. Mundy, Mrs.'Guy Sale 'ShauldBe' '"
I H. Frier Reunion Department Both are now of Corrections.employed with the Laude with a BA In history. and Kathy and Keith Gillingham 'j ,

I .- ;.:. Relatives and friends are invited to visited Miss Jean Mundy In ,:'
Mrs. Dorothy Reese returned Sun- Tallahassee Monday to Wednesday.Mr. .
The .
:...fLJuly, Lake Butler attend the wedding and the reception day after 10 days visit with Mr. and Honeymoon.
_.._. which will follow at U.C.I clubhouse. Mrs. David Griffith and family.In and Mrs. David Mendenhalland

grg" The twelfth annual Naughton Henry Newnan, Ga. Mrs. Griffith and sons daughter,Ashley of Atlanta spent .
5jr7: Frier family re-union will be held Reese and Rod returned with her for Friday to Tuesday with her parents,
::..* i Saturday, July 7, at the Lake Butler two weeks visit. Mrs. George Miller Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy. "
=.'Women's:: Club, Lake Butler, Florida. 2)J y-X-. and Mrs. Reese traveled to Newnan ..
.;I;H Beginning at 10 a.m. ,It will last Mr. and Mrs. Marian Harrington together.Mr. Joey Herres Is visiting his sister iPi :
La lam In to
::;:::;through the day with a basket lunch at and family of Ormond Beach are ; Tampa Sunday Thursday. Ii
will and Mrs.Jack Miller and son of ,
:: 12:30: p.m. All who wish to attend this week at the :
spending Seymour ,
-rbe welcome Jacksonville spent Father's Day with Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Jerkins of .
...:=. cottage on Kingsley Lake. Mr. and Mrs. George Miller. 1 Maxvllle were Friday dinner guestsof ,Tt': ; {
Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Hutson. .
:f Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Landon of < \''''' 'x'I '
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1, -. -, ." Lakeland spent Thursday to Sunday Hospital last Tuesday to Sunday Mrs. Nell Rogers of Augusta,Ga. Is ;. '
: -- 'The following four piano students with Mr. and Mrs. George W. Brownat .where she underwent surgery. visiting her son-in-law and daughter ,. :IIJ. (., ._ ... :
were inadvertently left out of the Kingsley Lake. Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Mitchell.. Jr. this iI.I.. .
I Louise Stern recital writeup in lastweek's Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Milner, Jr. and week. 9' ;
Rhonda Hutcheson, Doug Seymour of Jacksonville was in Tallahassee the \ .
paper: son were over H
Marla Reddish Robbie Cowart. and home for the weekend.Mr. weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wil! Mendetta of ; f\ i
Donna Parado. Milner, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Jacksonville were weekend guests of
We are sorry. and Mrs. Phillip Vellenga and Milner. Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief at Mt..
daughter,Joy attended the funeral of Kingsley Lake. 1
his father, William B. Vellenga, in St.
of West Palm
Miss Vickie Turner
;/J'IJou-Kno. Petersburg on Saturday. Beach is home for 10 days. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Moran returned Walt' Mlsne.u World. j je
Thursday from 10 days visit with
Mr. and Mrs. John Adams and Howe Moredock of Miami was Sun Mr. and Mrs. Steve Thomas and their son, Jerry In Old Brooksville.N.Y. .
'family: of Gainesville were weekend day visitor of his great aunt, Mrs. son, Blake visited Sea World Tuesday They also spent the weekend
guests of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J.E. Wilson. of last week. ''with friends in East Hampton, Long
H.H. Adams. Island. EASTERNNational
Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Slade attendedthe Melvin Spellman of St. Augustine
\: Mr. and Mrs.J.C. Vining of Palatka graduation of their grand. visited his niece, Miss Norma Canova Mrs. R.P. McLendon returned last
"'.and Mrs. L.D. Vining of Starke spent daughter, Suzanne Sawyer, from over the weekend.Mr. Friday from a visit with relatives in
Wednesday In Stockton, Ga., visiting Wilson High School on Friday night Tennessee ''and with Mr. and Mrs. Bridal Service
Mrs. C.E. Wiggins and Mrs. J.W. and also attended the graduation of a and Mrs. Jim Forteno of James McLendon and children in ;
Timmerman. grandson, Jeff Slade, from Fletcher Houston, Texas were weekend guestsof Blowing Rock'N.C.'
High School on Monday afternoon. ,
,' Mr. and Mrs. Leo Champion.
Ron Thomas of Lake Butler spent i: BAbY" Michael Meng of' St" proudly present the perfect honeymoon plan. .-431 .h. t ";
.14J.t'.r.U"da: .i t .11n ,wlt :' Mr. and! .Mrs. -Merrltt 'Williams Mr. and Mrs.,Shelton,Peddle.were etrsbarg.' pentth4Jwe iken4J'Wlth. Brides and Croont -t3-Bg'are invited '
rnddaY. bLis. fi1' fl; t*
1' toatol'
fJIJert he ivektfb Wth'thoir soh-'in- of last week
grandparents, Mr... ) Tuesday night guests of li his uncle and aunt;Mr. and Mrs.'John > store for free of ;
by our a Walt Disney'sSpecial
Thomas. law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Dr. and Mrs. R.S. Mullins while moving Miller. copy
Taylor and family in Jacksonville. from Gardiner, Maine Crystal Good-Time Honeymoon brochure,
I Michael Whiffen left last Thursday River, Fla. Mrs. Peddle wUl be Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson have and to register for a free six night trip to I.j,
for five weeks. visit with friends in Mr.. and Mrs. J.N. Belche and remembered as the former Lynn had as visitors, their daughter, Miss Disney World America's #1 honeymoon
Linda and Sarah of Nor. Izlar who lived with her uncle
Germany daughters and Elizabeth Lawson and Miss Kitty destination. includes air fare luxurious ',
folk, Va. and son, Joel of Fort Bragg, aunt,Dr and Mrs. Mullins for several Yates of Lake Wales from Thursdayto Trip ,
Mr. and Mrs.William F.Genovar of N.C. are spending 10 days with their years sunday Mrs and Mrs. J.A. Jordan tree-house accommodations, gourmet meals
Winter Park and Mrs. Lillian Taylorof mothers, Mrs. Lila Caldwell In Starke and family, Cindy, Lynn and Joe and unlimited admission to the Magic King-
Gainesville were Saturday visitorsof and Mrs. Essie Belche in Lake Butler. Walt and Adelle Hardinburg spent Henry of Live Oak and Mrs. Bud Dukeof dom for seven days. No purchase necessary.
the weekend in Clermont visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Belche and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Thomas. Auburndale on Sunday.
Caldwell visited Mrs. Esma Yonguein Scott and Dorothy Montgomery and

Mrs. Frank Starling and family of the Geriatric Center In Ocala on family and helped celebrate their Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green and /J J '
Panama City spent last week with her Tuesday. granddaughter first Melissa birthday.Dawn Adelle Mon.tgomery's and- Mrs. J.H. Fields were In Lake City 0(;: ua4 IJ....7r. ,c..; I
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Thomas Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bob .t rho..,
and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starling. F.11.Kramer is on an extended visit Dorothy also celebrated. their birthdays Howell. DRESS 4 GIFt SHOP .10....,
with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. early together.Ron ,

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Palmer, Sr. and Mrs. John Patterson in Kane,Pa. celebrated Mr. and Mrs.Jim Hutson and fami- -
and Carol Everts
went to Miami over the weekend to ly of Orlando are visiting Mr. and I
bring back a cousin, James F. Berry, Michael Andrews of Jacksonvillewas their 25th wedding anniversary June Mrs. H.L. Hutson for several days.
to the Retirement Center In last Thursday dinner guest of Mr. 19 with a trip to Disney World. I't '
Gainesville.Mrs. and Mrs. R.O. Da ;by. i
Robin and Gina Shaw of Orange
Miss Cindy Gissy returned Satur Park spent last week with their i
.R.G.Paterson is leaving todayfor
several weeks ,visit with her day after six months In London, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J.R.Wainwrlght. .
attended the ninth OUR ON THE
brother and sister-in-law. Dr. and England attending the Florida State
Mrs. Harold C. Bowers in Fort University London Study Center. birthday party Sunday afternoon for
Lauderdale. Dr. Bowers recently had Before returning Cindy visited G. John Kopelousos in Green Cove THIS
Greece for a week vacation. Springs.
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Editor. Telegraph: ,
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Whether the shortage is .contrived or true, Police Chief Jimmy Bowen solved the problem ... "' ,, ,< ,', 11'1"1 j \,;i'' '.'il1",1 "\..
gasoline companies began limiting the by going to a local station for fillups. He .' ,. 'i ,, ;" "'.; 'ii'lr!M 0,1' IJ', :.', '' First let me say this-lf ever an
amount of fuel available and all of a sudden, cut driving and reduced the number of cars in 'Ii ,'. {"rli'i".I''I( ? '! ..), "j "J1"'>'',;!" ""' 1 1j'': -.' :,""\<>'(; .. editorial were needed, If ever a finger
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the city is out of gas. use. : : .::: "m'l'"I': / ; ,.i;;:' ',. : :.: : : : do needed It. I pointing congratulate this was you the and time. your'to'

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During May of 1978, the city used 3,008 The police felt the pinch first. That's,probably \ fII' Your fourth paragraph encompassed -
gallons of gas in various vehicles. Last June appropriate since they may: be the jnost ., 1\1(1\: ( : 'f" the entire matter In one fell swoop.'

the city used 3,500 gallons guzzling of the guzzlers by zipping hither and ',"Ii; [.1,. L... The I. as answer a former to member your question of a Police.i Is NO":

thither regardless of speed limitations or, Community Council of the City of New '
The supplying company Gulf Oil throughthe customary blue lights which allow legal The Longest Bean. York say, in reaching a motivational
Register Oil Co. of Starke informed the ci. rushing. conclusion I must of necessity fill In

ty that all distributors of gasoline would be Mr. and Mm. OU McKinney... with what they claim may be the longest the blanks in the formula with HAR-

limited to 90 percent of the previous year's Anyway the crunch has hit home and con- trlngbeans grown In Bradford County this year In the smallest garden. Their RASSMENT and POLITICAL EXPE
z-by-S-foot In the side also sized cukes. Their DIENCY.
plot produced some good
volume during May. ,
servation will now be forced. secret for keeping the bug off? Plant a few marigolds alongside the bean AnnFiglo
plants. 713W. Madison
That allowed the city 2,707( gallons during The city can't get all the gas it wants.: Starke' Fla.
May of 1979. The city used 3,830 gallons by using .

1,123 gallons from the June allocation.At Next may be the shortage hitting the driving

public and whether contrived or real, the lines I 1"'" BHS "Pair
that point, no one apparently thought the may form at the rears. County Agents By ;, ,'i
well would run dry. No discussion of a shor- i %
tage took place at the city commission Kotabook BobbyTaylor 1

meetings in May or early June. Everybody's going to have to conserVe; $ ." To Attend 31
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In June the oil company determined that It's not fair for America to use so much:
station distributor including the Cityof field and the of the silks State jJ J JRobert
each or energy. 4' Hope you have had your share of majority Boy's
Starke, would receive 75 percent of their sweet corn and peas' by this time came off with the shucks. The re
because both have.been fairly plen mainder' of silks could easily be
montly allotment. It's not fair for Americans to pay through tiful lately. Seems like the silver brushed off or rinsed off under the G. '(Robbie Pierce jfrMPj
the nose so that foreign interests can buy up queen corn gets better and better spigot William Barry Thomas have been |
With 1,123 gallons of June's allocation Hollywood. each year. The corn itself was also tender selected as delegates ;
already used up during May, the city opened Cecil Crawford. Jr., had an excellent sweet and delicious but not quite as 11 Jto attend the 36th sesj j
the month with 1,502 gallons to use. That's less patch of corn and he called me good as silver queen to me. This slon of Florida i
than half enough to quench the thirst of the city's Even if we could get more out of the ground, to show it off. I'll have to admit that however. Is a personal; preference and (American Legion j jI
we ought to save something to leave our the ears of his silver queen were the some folks might prefer it over silver I Boy's State, to be held
cars and trucks.On Ion the Florida State
grandchildren. biggest I have seen. I took a dozen queen.Charlie
home to boil on the cob and called the also gave me a mess of vine (University campus-in
June IS, Register Oil filled the city's Will the next day for six dozen to go Into the ripe Walter tomatoes from his row of"cabled" I Tallahassee July I 1-7. I
next generation lose the chance to '> ,
tank with the final June freezer. tomato plants. I say cabled ; { Robbie is the son of
l.ooo-gallon storage feel their backs pressured into the upholstery Cecil also showed me a few Irish because instead of stakes. Charlie has "George{; and Gladys
gas. as exploding pistons thrust their vehicles from potatoes that he'had left from his used two steel cables alongside a row Pierce of Starke. Me I
Zero to 60 in seconds. earlier diggin. I think he saved out the of posts to hold up the plants and fruit. has taken college
On June 18, the fountain failed to flow and city biggest ones to show me because they The plants were extremely healthy preparatory courses
police cars sat on empty. were also big and of good quality. and growthy, and were heavy with Pierce at Bradford High**
Who knows? Olie the Oilman 1 -
large fruit. School and is a member of the B11S
Cecil has several acres that he Back to Charlie's corn. I noticed tennis team. Robbie has been elected I
truck farms as a side-line hobby. lie that not a single ear out of a couple to serve as president of the I9KO senior A :
grows a variety of vegetables all dozen had a corn earworm. Charlie class. ..
year. Although "specializes" in told me that none of his corn ever has Barry, son of Mrs. Gladys Thomas a
I Support Local MerchantsThis greens and sweet corn he does have earworms. He said that he did not and Delano Thomas is a member of It
peas squash, cokes/onions and string know why unless it had something to the track team at BUS. Harry servedas 1 i
beans. do with the signs that he follows in president of t he junior class during i
is a story of how staying home will not be unnecssary clutter in some forgotten closet I could name several outstanding planting his corn. He is a firm the l 1978.79 school year. He has a B'- ..
after the new wears off. sweet corn growers In our area who believer in some of the old sayingsand academic average/( in E
but also
and time
the family
only save money do a good job and have fine corn. the almanac. his college i

gasoline.To Mention also that to the sale Hope you have made a contact with It's been good to get out to the preparatory courses. '
may one of them if you do not have some in farms and see some good crops. "Both delegateswere
save less than the spills through the car- a garden of your own.I pastures and livestock. Even thoughit highly recom .

our readers: buretor costs us running over there.. stopped by Charlie Johns place on has been hot lately, it's still a good mended by the faculty J
State Road 16 West earlier this week. time of year because of our harvestsand at BUS to American r.:
Starke is no Gainesville, Oaks or Roosevelt He told me again about his silkless the good eating associated with it. Legion Post 56." said
With gas prices getting so high, every mile Mall but it ain't bad. corn and how good the demand for it I have not forgotten about some of Post Commander :.:
counts. One way to save gas is to shop in your has been this year. He has been grow- the things I want to talk about concer- Siemer. "They will;
own community. ing this variety for three years: and ning the trip I took to Denver 11pick/ represent the Post,
J:. By planning ahead, the catalogues can provide his list of repeat customers} increases up on this and some of our lawn and school and. community I
v ">diAl '-: the items necessary forafairly weU r each year, M lilif ornamental problems in late'nrticles /
Our local businessmen go to a great l of '"r w68
rounded life in the country. And those supply We shucked some of the corn inthe this summer o i tsi'1J'c ilJg
and trouble to stock their stores and
school ho-ha\'t.met the1
expense high seniors 1
to advertise their products. You are killing trucks will be coming to town anyway, so why qualifications established by The ; \

two birds with one stone when you shop at not let them bring your choices over to the American Legion and Florida
local pick-it-up-and-save center. ; FORESTRYIN American Legion Boy's Stale will! '
home instead of out of town; you save moneyon
spend the week participating in mock )j
gas plus you are helping your community.To They did it in the "good ole days.. elections and legislative sessions acting
BRADFORD COUNTY bv':Mark Fries, as city" county or Mate officials k
and ending with the election of.i
Besides, some of the stores in Starke need Governor. LI. Governor Cabinet unit! .
help to survive. Supreme Court Instruction will In- t

the consumer: FORESTRYThe coastal environment will given in civil' government careers t
help planners
The American continent needs help to surf,1 title could have been developers and property owners enforcement, responsible citizen ,t
With the consistent rise of gas prices, it vive. "Everything You Always Wanted to make wise decisions concerning the ship. Americanism and legislative fi

looks as if the bottom is about to drop out from f Know. About Landscape"Trees ButDidn't use and enjoyment of waterfront properly procedure.be actual Lecturers government and oflicials.speakerswill tt'(
under us. We can't just sit back and watch this Who are we to lavish the remaining crude oil The Know Florida Who Division to Ask.of Forestry John .Belhea.explained Division Director State Justice Joseph Boyd. FSl'

happen now can we? supply so we can continue to lavish ourselvesin settled for "Recommended Trees for coaches and law enforcement of. ,
unplanned over the asphault, just Home Planting in Your Area", but the Other booklets in the urban forestry ficials will be among the speakers. 4
Start thinking. We need community teamwork because its trips. new booklet now available from the series are ''Pests and Problems of Governer Bob Graham and) cabmt.tml'mtwrs *
State Agency is designed to answer South Florida Trees and Palms'"Urban : were also invited to speak. 3
any question you might have about Trees for Florida". a soon-to- Florida American Legion Boy's t
Besides<<: by shopping at home you are. investing the subject. be-published full color publication State was started in 19-141.! > and now tia> *
A lot of people think the "in" thing to do is to in your community. The more; What are specimen trees? shade designed to assist landowners with 15.918 alumni delegates. Each year J
take off on a shopping spree to Gainesville or business local merchants receive, the more1' trees? framing trees? What is the proper landscaping their property and approximately :Ud.iioo delegates at t':
to fertilize or a another soon-to-be-published booklet )end the 3() Buy's Stales! with two,
Jacksonville. Are really getting such a way plant prune
you they can afford to stock items the public wants,
Irom each
delegates state attendingthe
tree? The answers are in the book. designed to assist developers in their "
bargain with the price of gas so high?? to buy. '- And more. use of trees in landscaping American Legion Boy 'n ;Nalionia-;
Washington.: (.'. .&! .\
Florida is unique in that trees that .. .
The next time temptations of sales in far Our own back yard might be the best placeto thrive In one part of the slate may not .

away big stores cry out for your attention, start fighting high gas prices and at the live at all In another area. So the Division
mention to yourself that some of the items willSmooth of Forestry published six different : '
same help our community. versions of '"Recommended Lawtey Commissioners < .
Trees". Tips on how to plant are the
same in each version.but the trees
recommended in each are different.A .
I Decision : detailed description of each tree'Is Discuss New Budget '
given listing such things as ; .

average height at maturity, 'flower A sewage system and the replacement Commissioner! : 'ne Ma'sseV! ask*
It could have been a first class square off.. Hampton parents wanted their seventh color and the season It blooms yearly of two CETA workers on the ed if the city was any better off wIth
The school board wants seventh and eighth graders to remain at the local school. The growth soil preference and the tree's1 police force were discussed by three policemen and questioned the .'
grade students to attend school in their local school board didn't object too strongly when it tolerance to salt and frost Lawtey city commissioners in their necessity pf hiring another
Copies of the booklet.applicable to first budget session of the Tuesday policeman. ;. :
year fun-IIMI
determined of the students in-
communities. Supt. Tom Casey thinks it best was the parents
your area can be picked, up at .the night. Shuford said two more &: :
for those students to attend the' middle schoolin volved want their seventh graders to attend'the County Forester's, office in the The$88.318 budget for 1979-80 Is less sons could be hired if they could find
Starke. middle school In Starke. Agriculture Building. than last y.ar'1191.888. and commissioners Qualified persons in time. Shuford ad v
Recommended: Trees" Is one-of a noted it could be very tight for ded that it might he difficult because
Since April the school had refused to approve ."''.series of urban forestry booklets be- the upcoming year if federal revenue so far' the city hasn't received an3j,
the classifica- There is much to be said of either viewpoint. ing published by the Division. A full- sharing funds are cut from the S8.859 qualified applicants. If no one is*
superintendent's grade
proven very received last hired in time. La
year. t.y11I lose the
tions for the 1979-80 term. The confrontationwas It the classic difference of opinion on pupils at, t popular since ittssarelease last month is This year's budget is real close." CETA positions. :

building ,J tending local schools versus being transported entitled "Coastal Plants of Florida". said Lucille Shuford. city clerk. She' Police Chief :M. M. Jordan was!\
to a larger school l with more to offer "it was published to assist local said the only flexible figure is the pessimistic about hiring more CETA*
# governments and Individual citizens revenue to be generated from fines workers >*w*".Jf ,
When it finally came to a decision Monday 'In maintaining the environmental and forfeitures estimated $20.000. .

night, however, both the school board.. quality of coastal landscapes. down from last year's actual $27.000. "We.II be lucky we get one CETA \,
members and Supt. Casey had taken time to The compromise was calmly and gracefully ,.*> "A basic understanding, of' the A major problem commissioners person. much less two< said Jordan. '
read the pulse of the two communities involved. worked out in this case. It is always a r' discussed Is the loss of two CETA Commissioners!agreed to discuss-*\ *
pleasure to see public boards work smoothly "i, Alabamian Ending; policemen David Huber and Charles the matter further after, they learns. :
Carter whose contracts whether the CETA
Sept. positions can
'as did the school board and *< trt .
Supt. Casey in filled.
acting &J TourAtBlanding ,
Casey didn't object too strongly when. Monday night. 30.According to CETA regulations 'In other business Ralph'E:. lang."g'
..' A 2.100-member National Guard workers cannot work more than 18 consulting engineer from Gainesville;
.' "' t; W. support command group from months. Carter who was hired four discussed with commissioners\ tfrt
',,Alabama Is training at Camp Blan- years ago before the regulation was in possibility lea hill the Lawiey Correctional .
V ding through June 23. Alpo "'t.J.he. -effect; cannot be rehlred..Huber will- Institute's .sewage treat -
'PID ; P\\. .ROFOI Co/ '.,camp are Army Reserve engineer have worked 18 months this tent plant for city use. -
:' {Nj : '1 N Sr\Cf'S"9. k tp -- units from south, Florida and September Eng said commissioners should .
.Chamblee. Ga. Police Chief M. M. Jordan said he meet with Louie L. Wainwright, head. .
..,. no 1f. b-- **. There are over SCO officers par would like to have another full-time of the state prison system, to .
wvwr a -AI' ait .' ...., 9-"UP ticipating in this training session-the policeman hired.Commissioners. negotiate lease terms and the
i ,.0 ;; !"t: : ..'" ". ,.,: largest number of officers ever said discussed the feasibility sucni plan.' '
.. ,,, ; t.CoI. Gus Gonzalez post commander. feasibility of hiring a second full-time The sewage treatment plant would
s'. i.___ ) ._. e'. BOB... O.FERGUSON :JOHN M..MILLER 'Tk National Guard group the permanent policeman but agreed'it service the prison and the city for the
SINCei7t 10". Publi$1Sfl 167th COSCOM. Is Ma would, be difficult the tight next years Eng saidv' ,
.' .,.,w. ,y : <. ,' ,' ." '-i headed'by ,( with citybudget. for El'Igsaid
-" *. .. """ !*< .."I >>* J't*: a, ,'" 'Gen. James A. Mickle. 'the group 11 \ cost |uch a plan.would not be pro
Published each Thursday and tnUrtd as ttcond Class MattoiattM. Post Office at Starke. fl*. Under Act of working on logistical exercises. .'. -If the city hires another full-time hibitive and estimated customers':
March J. 1171. Yr-' 9: -, *""z', _,;.TIle engineering units are clearing policeman he'll have' to pay his might have to pay anywhere. from, $a"
Subscription.t.In trH..t.. Pe..'Y..rM.,lx Monftit..: "- .V sites for future construction\ ) clearing $10.000' a year salary from ticket to sis. /a month. ,.' y I--: -.

Phone ,14. .. Outside Irado.areal: s10 Par.!.!'rU'O silt I. ,M anthl. :.,.. ,,,-- .. .," ...,'..rtI.. F..Id.. ,;, Ii magt'd..area., improving UKJ--T..,' fines'said Commissioner Ben Me The budget will be discussed again. 1::
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sites roads and culverts. I ; at the regular
,cal : .:.,.: meeting July 2.,
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department to clearup' the problems.. .f.CJM. gity clerk:, MayOr- bout W responsibility to tell the t t \ 1 11 I 8:00: P M. :
WU Ur Waters apo' gI o a violations and they 'city I .I r I Lit' !H f i E&WS Iurday ,. .
I j Richard Torode spoke for the three : I { 1 h l< "t .''pie running all over town checking out 411 N. Tomplo Ava. Slarko. (Pfa.- ,:
II electricians who attended the city : everything.j."i t.{.
t l cRmIE : iIpoRTS m y .
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complaints tor.,Merrill Dee against. .electrical Inspec :;iU{ !1f 1;" \\!, ? *** ******* w w

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electric department, had "25 dozen \ : ... 'E/et, .Lo ;:; ., :.. 1 :
things to> do everyday" and he'. ;} lljT"BMfaie i .'t I i ,j / .* 'Tit I ,. \.l:: --wn' .' ( '; .r' tic ., V !f>.1-t"I I : i
couldn't get free to do Inspections or Alena worked'!ttSJind miiintalning 14 nouss iorvQie pur'liiws 't\\ ,
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spend time checking out possible. 't 4fkntherevidence of a pro I' .. j
violations. Jt1bling'!op! r.UOCf tin local bar and ')prietor ot the Brownies a night spot,;, ......,,,\:i',., 1 ...\ < i1t IF r.MiE: '.!,\"' .: 'I I
Torode.Bald he had ,been shuffled arrested Albert Parrish 00;of Starkeon in Reno on East Road. \ ri1!:tt .,
from one department to another when two felony counts Assistant State Attorney Len ........... It'. : ': ,. ,
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he made complaint about violationsof The agents charged that,PaiTi3b Register reported an informant ; "..tt'l, \ I ( 'J ..,.. 'n ts ''l,' 4'i .. \ ;
;the code. Each department said participated in various dice games in pointed out the l illegal operation and W""... <::Y'. I I
they didn't have'the authority do their presence on May 11 and June 1. state were notified. Beverage agents ,. b,O '" .. ; \.
anything.Silcox He was charged with permitting 1, came from Miami and Lake City to ........... .p i \, ,I'" '" I_'. ,I't! \. I.'
who heads the utilities com- gambling In a place under his control work undercover. Register said. f I.:.... i ." .. .I''J j,.l''I:"" ;
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Parrish !is tree on $2,500 bond and I' ( t.
'trial '. ; .' '! ;" ..5'P"ttc ;
is set for
August.Physician "
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Ronald Parrish, 33, of Starke has I' 1 "H 9 : : .! t. Available In Larger Sizes '.

Reg, s25" been charged with. ;.battery after he Starke Police arrested Ray ;f,' ; : "'fi'; :' >r. ,. e' ..' '' '. .. .k (1 )
NOW QMr : + ., : tr, reportedly had"an argument with "
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female customer at the Red Honey entered a Starke doctor's office;and : ; V \\: tVSLE 'Ob E: ;
bar in north east Starke and tossed ':
the secretary aside. 1Gt. ; CAlVIV ,
reportedly pushed : .
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her into a barbecue pit. and hit Dr. Kiert Sundusadee In the : O 1\\. ; NEEDs ,. : ,
Patricia Ann Grisdor sustained!: \AVE 't : : ,
face with his fiat \ G
ROSNS'S BERVT! SAEO 'some cuts from broken bottles in the of the ToRena .. \\ o G" $37212 UPrQtc: ;

pit, authorities reported.No Motel, reportedly gave a false name ."'\\ 1$1\\\ .,.. ..14% OFF'' t : i
Comer Of Brownies .18 West .explanation of the motive was when he entered the office t1.A1:: .' V !
said. Parrish is also ,
given police
Evening By Appt. 984-7570 Authorities had no explanation of his .* 'iC
known Ronald Carn.
as reason for being In the office about S '. \
p.m. on June 8 or the reason for hits. ..Satisfaction!! SEARS We Service -tI ,

'" r..r.rwrt.,USED.'.s Carroll Gets New Trial ting police Williams the report doctor.recently when w he Involved asked that in a a ;"Guaranteed V I, CATALOG STORE What We Sell : f

Ronald Parrish was shot four timesIn traffic ticket given to his son-tnlaw'' CHARGE IT! 1.
:, .. IBlack.&. White a fight earlier this year and a Brad- by Wilbur Waters be canceled. 2, CHARGE ITI.! 218 N. Temple Stark 084,8&.48 t .

: $21.0& Up ford County jury found Roosevelt Car -********* ***************** **** I
roll guilty of that shooting. '
I' However a new trial has been
:;Color'' ${ ordered after the defense attorneysaid r
I Parrish lied during testimony.The .
attorney said that during the trial .
SALES SI SERVICE Parrish told the Jury he had not beenconvicted "
; of a crime, but .In fact he.
.". 'US 301 (N..I To hllsWMotib" ) had served time in prison; '- i k
'. Lawtey 762-3162 No date for the. new trial has been t

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.: .IV .>.J tLa H',. ....... '' ;. :- ,. ...................................................
....."4. _....."., .-a.1- ....*..*********....... .......*i : :: *" .N..&................... wished his Father
and Mrs. James and Wilson Sunday and
Starling family.
wtcy Volunteer t-. ." Mrs. Harold Eunice returned home .tL. jTE' 'x: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Starling and son a Hap "
selling First tteketttoh, ." from Bratttmri HonottaL Sun- J A'W 1 David sad Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Mr.Fiather..D.ay., :t tfaml I
fund. prtt bMoc.h .''.fay June'i h. She Tibpfvrb5rilow.jabeth Starling and family. j JI" '
mower: Second prIM : &yo 4 ,' John Wilson, son of Col. and Mrs. Kings!*? Lake TC9.y'. :
CHtfbl: Chesser, of Sanford, will by Elizabeth Terry Wm. Wilson who la visiting his Celebrate rathe. Day.Q4, ?r :
1Ja" :M ,two weeks with her grandpar- Phone 761-310.: brother-in-law and sister Major and thday together Their Mitr: r$w:
Bible and Mrs. Hubbard Mrs James O J, Anders went with them and wll1#
CfaMrs rrl..1, J St ; gMc, Barley Daughterty of England '
every Wediwed r!. th. of Auburndale will .dauoht Clifford s, Mrs Elsie Norman Mrs. Franklin Brvceville.Starling Other and family, of called his parents Col and Mrs Wm go home with them. r : .:
weeks Baxly and daughters, Mrs. guests were Mr tr ;
Church: hat / >e with them. 'T
Pearl GrUfis Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs y.n., Brown and children Arnold
children during W'pMfnhlpgervl4ei, :
"; Saturday' with her Mother Mrs. Griffis and sons and Mrs. Darlene
Vacation : I ; Certificate Ofp.poslts :
this Mondsy-Frlday.June 30-39; fropq Lucille' T, Ivey and sister Mrs. Norman and sons, were Sunday dinner 8.873% n ,
Mr. and Mrs
for -" wloienePay' and Keith of guests Harry;
iandergartertthrough' won.
9-1U30 a.m. dally Wilkerson. 30 To': 89 Days 5% ,
seventh grader at .th*; T sonvlUe.. Paid On a Month Money .
Kindle Bryan MC bley, son of Mr.
Mr.<< George Kelly attended the
church 90 1' Yr- 5%%
PERSONALS ,' (iardee Family Reunion Chiefland and Mrs. kindle Mobley of MacClen Market Certificates June 2i Days to
? the weekend with his '
Miss Elizabeth Terry; visited he? ,on Sunday. ny spent, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin grandparents ThruJune2110OOOMIn 1 Yr To 30 Mo.6 % ; ":
sister Mrs.J.P. Wyrtck..** XaUahassee !- Mrs. Maul.Hodges, of MacClenny: Inveatment
Monday until Friday. She, wen|. spent two weeks with her'son-in-law Camp. 30 MO.To4Yrs :;

with Mrs. Wytick: to Friendship Sunday -*., JCelly.i and daughter. Mr; and' Mrs.: Morris Union Mr. and Springs Mrs. Ala.W.S., were Rivers Tuesday Sr., of They Are Subject To e .6% % rPenaiUlas.
School Class of Tbomasville Roaqr < .
Baptist Church on Tuesday at .ha overnight guests. of their'sister, Mrs. Money 4 yrs. 7/ % r .
Pierce Crews.Miss
home of her daughter Mm.Chartes- ,i Fred Moore Sr., on his'way. ,to North Erda Wilson of Palm Beach Withdrawn Before. Passbook

Carter. There were Sixteen. ladMij' !.;' Carolina. '. will spend a week with her brother Maturity Draws
present Miss Angle, Gartttz of Callahan and sister-in-law Col. and Mrs. Wm. ;
We are happy,to report tbat Lbui t spent from.Tuesday until Sunday with Wilson. Regular m rate

Lee Wainwrigh .of Tallahassee is tour Miss Vickie Nlcula. Hodges and sons and their Passbook ;=: 5,':
prong after having surgery recent- Mr.and Mrs.Vaughan Prescott and cousin Henry Lee Glance,attended the Stock Rate i Less 5%
l ly. Visa Terry called him while in family, of Klngsley Lake Mr and Car Races at Lake City speedway on :....
fallal. Mr. and Mrs. 00Interes i Days x
Msec. Mrs. Floyd Norman, ::
Saturday night.
od Mrs. Al Samor ky' were and Mrs. .
Mr i Mitchell Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited
Sunday dinner, guests.of Uteir son-in-: Frederick Norman, and Mr. and Mrs. their brother-in-law and sister Mr. i
law and ughter, Mr. and Mrs. BUI John Norman, of Highland, and Mr. .
and Mrs. A.P. Hallman, of
Anders Sr., vid daughter Lisa. and Mrs. Carl Norman and sons were Keystone
Mrl.John 1'e Sr.,bad a cookout on Sunday dinner guests of their parents Heights on Thursday. :i L1i.lii.t. '
Michele Lee, of Is
Wednesday evening: for her daughter, Leonard Norman $:
Mr. and Mrs. on spending some time with her grandparents : I I---
Mrs. Pam Other Tally's Birthday were tier Anniver son and. ;sunday, Father's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pearson ,_ ,:.'"
sary. "
Mrs. Wendie and
Smyth daughter
daughter-in-law.. andr-Mr John-
Tye Jr., and family and Mr Tommy; Mrs: Fred Moore Sr. and son Fred Elizabeth of Jacksonville spent the "Drive .In Hours FARMERS & DEALERS Walk-In
Talley and children. Moore Jr., and Mr. anA; Mrs'Mickey weekend with her parents, Col. and '' Bank Mrs. i
Moore attended a Moore Reunion at Mrs. Wm. Wilson. For Your Convenience
Mr and Mrs.Tom girls
of the Whale/weekend, with Mr.and Mrs. Drew Reddish's home in Capt. Paul Hirschfeld.: (who is stationed BAN K 0:00: a.m. To 2 p.m.4
Tampa spent
their sondlNaw--and'daughter' 'Mr. Starke on Saturday. at Mather Field California) is 7:10 am. To 4:00: p.m. Mon Thurs Mon. Thurs ,er l =

and Mrs. Dann? Luke. All of them Mrs Louise Perry and daughter of visiting Miss Doreen Wilson.at this 7:15 a.m. To 0:00 pjn. Friday Of Lake Butler GOO To 2:00
: :
Jacksonville visited their aunt Mrs. time. p.m.
were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. 398 W. Mon 81.
Nellie Wilkinson Mrs. Daisy Bach Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling wereFather's Closed Sat. 4:00: p.m. To 6:00: p.m. Fri. :J

and their daughter, Miss Lynn. Carl Prevatt and cousin Mrs. Evelyn Day dinner guests of their' 406-2101 Member FDIC Closed Sat.GEORGIA .
son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
Whaley. Norman. on Thursday.
Mr and Mrs. John Wood and son' Mr and Mrs David Norman and

Todd. of Jacksonville and Frankie family, of Gainesville Mrs. Shirley .
Wood, of Starke were Sunday dinner'; Norman Thomas. and children of ... ..t M
guests of heir( brother-in-law and Wildwood Mr/ and Mrs. Nook Norman PI .
sister Mr and Mrs. Jack Crew and' and their Mother, Mrs. Doris SS ( VALLEY-Our brand y
family. Norman, of Starke were Sunday,dinner ,,. %( FRESH own
Miss Grace Dobbs of,Jacksonville, guests of their parents Mr, and '
Mrs. Jewel Dobbs of Huntsville Ala. Mrs. Leon Norman, Sr. of Beef that is carefully selected ,,
and Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs of. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford and
Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.. Mike daughter,>Nancy,.Mlsl Jean Mercer I from the best of heavy, western, .y :
Dobbs. of State Farm M... Wllma spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs.
Wainwright Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs' Ross Boylea and other relatives of U.S.D.A. Choice Beef for flavor !.i,, \
and daughter Chris and Mrs. Dobbs Jonesboro, Tenn. They came back '
sister Mrs. Ada Heath of Savannah. through the Smokies. '. and extra tenderness )
Ga.. visited Mr and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs Mr, and Mrs. Lonnie Teston were' .... "" ./
last Sunday: Tuesday overnight guests of their _
Mrs.John Tye Sr.,was honored FrIday Mother, Mrs Wordie Melton, ofOcoee.
evening at the Western Steer ,, SO YOU
Restaurant Starke with Surprise, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Starling and -'Ever Dated I :rBAVK
Birthday dinner. Those attending ,'daughter'Tammy, of Mulberry and Package KNOW

were Mr. and Mr. Tommy Talley- 'Mr. and Mrs. AI Purser, of Jacksonvllle -
and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Tye. were Saturday overnight guestsof
Jr.. and family Mr. and Mrs. Fred their sister, Mrs. Wilma Wainwright introduce fUrt i
Roberts and son Mike and Mr. and. : Sfs t Bui/ff ;
Mrs. Robert Keith and son of Jack Mr. and Mrs. Eugene'.Taylor and V -'Z'11 He IlilMW, u89C .7
Northwest Bing Cherries ;
sonville. girls Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Griffis and .
saw m iiiMnft MCT

California Plums LI49 .. .. ,
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American;Legion Post 56 Fresh Green Peppers O/'l/ 1 I

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To Install !Hc.ereJune26 |, U.S. NO.1 1 Idaho Potatoes 10/I19 j t ,'.

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IIfr" ". It a *4eet-Pineapples/ zllf k'19fif"11" :.

Road American will have Legion a dinner Post and 56. Edwar Installa- the Refreshments Executive committee.will be served from G'en"Boilini: Peanuts 3I5M00 1 ; ''", '' \ _

tion of Officers for the new year on- 8:00 to 7:00: P.M. Dinner for Legion- f! yj 9l'U rc W lit"MOT '
Tuesday night June 26th. naires and their wives or dates will be sl s uat s ? Red Delicious Apples 14 roll 199
Bill Wilson has been elected Com. served at 7:00 P.M. ........" I
mander and Jess Wolbert elected Installation will begin at 8:00: P.M. Slaw or Salad 49 ,
Vice Commander. Others to be Installed and there will be no long speeches L JUMBO ueiuaa.B .
are Joe Cissy-Adjutant: X.M. stated Post Commander Siemer. s slzE 8 9 Fresh Green Onions 2/59e/ I
Smith Finance Officer Bill Haas e. Members of the Post and their "s S EA. lot "wGa.
Service Officer and Past Post Com- wives are urged to attend. Past Post Sweet Potatoes 4 m fj00 r
mander Otto Siemer as a member of Commanders will be recognised.The SAVE 300 SAVE 3Od' SAYE 4OC UVIMIIOW 449
Country Stand Mushrooms l i

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first stewardess ElUn Church, carried baggage :; @ ',
7" TAI ,1
I helped' pull the airplane eut of the hanger, .::: SEEDLESS ;RED RIPE LARGE SU P SWEET JUICY .,. t ,pt I

cleaned, the plane's interior and refueled. ,itT., r' FLORIDA WATERFRESH 5UY GREENS


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT for coih;el the fronl entrance name and odd; ,... of the 12 1 /49 $. SCO""tf $159 SAVE 39 10_ :: $1 '. \ : !

IN COUNTY AND FOR FLORIDA BRADFORD .County el Courtheute the .,Merd creditor attorney or, hit and agent the or FOR 40d & EACH ALB owNr LB @ FOR .' I r

CASE NO. 79.61STANDARD Starke.; Flerldo. at 11 00 amount claimed. If the I
GUARANTY A.M. on ere le doy of July. claim It not yet due the KRAFT LEiB U R EWAY sAVe ::1
INSURANCE COMPANY W9.:, date when H will become 2041 ,
Plaintiff. .... DON H. due thai) be tioted. Ifthe BAR-B-Q SAUCE PAO TRY SUNSH PAPER PLATES i
CRAWFORD hit wi',. ClERK CIRCUIT/ COURT unliquidated the PfdE o CHEEZ 1T S 'INCH WHITE '

and MAN.RONALD SR.. Defendants.E. NEW. .' Deputy By Beutoh.Clerk. M. Moody thai nature be af the ttoted.uncertainty If the I WI'KY'/SAYE''''''''rNff' 180z 20C 59 TEABAseli .. CRACIERS larfi Eid3y+r/ COUNT'100 7 ge) 1 :

6.2111ch0 1/f2 claim secured the
{AVE 000, 1Qp= ptQ
security shall be detcrlb-
!I. hereby given ed. The claimant shall .
that, pursuant lo a final N THE;tlUCUlT: COURT deliver sufficient copiet
judgment ol' 'foreclosure FOfl/ BHADfORD' COUNTY of the claim to the clerkto 1
entered In the abo...- FLOfUOA enable the clerk' to COUNT FoR :
Captioned action I will 'ROIA'IIDIV'SION' moil one copy '0' each, SAVE 64d :-i.
sell the property situatedIn CASE NO. personal representative. r. R
Bradford County, FILE NO.' All persons interested / S .
Florida described as.: ''In re: !..... ot IfONA' In the estate to whom a ant.
sean MM KMWI ea*wSchraftt .r ;
PARCEL I.: Th.Easterly DUKES.O.cea ed. copy of this Notice of Ad- sat 1H MMNestea "'
14,9 feel of the Westerly' mlniitretion hat: been Ice Tea Mix SjTS Candy ylti rut.-S-:::: 3/1/ ::
1 93.9 ,feet allot' 7 of East NOTICIOI'ADMIIIIIUA mailed bye required, '. .
lawtey as per plat TION WITHIN THREE MONTHS E del Sacramento Tomato Juice \69t Hefty lawn t leaf Bags sjl9 ($
book I. page 6. of the CLAIMS 'OR FIRST PUBLICATION OF ;i ..Cti Batt Soap 4/Ti/ .vWt&'IJfQ: .79'
public record.Brad/ DEMANDS AGAINST THE THIS NOTICE to file anyobectlont 8 4Aoa ,qLB "
ford County, Florida.' ,ABOVE ESTATE AND AlC: | 'h.,, may ->VegnAU Mixed Vegetables 3/M/ Big Ii Burger Sauce 79d 10R'f
Said Easterly: .U.SifeeS ,,OTHER PERSONS 'NTER.nUDlHtHIESTATE have that challenge the BAG' IM.'mi m Bun nil.MU raw UMWIW '
being portion of-she, : validity ef.. the 'd. .n. Bounty'.Kist Corn 3/89e Nestle Chocolate Quick f 2T9 i:
lands described W..Official 'YOU ARE HEREBY )d.nft will,'the qualillca- SAVE nod Savr ,
Record look 94. NOTIFIED,;that the ,ad-,. lions of the pertonal rep Cremora Coffee Creamer Sjs9 little Friskies Buffet 4/$1/
page 98' or sold! vpubllcrecords. mlnlttrallon/el ,th* ... re..ntotlve. or the. _
\ late at', UONA DUKES. venu. or |urltdlcltontJofthe : I 'f r\
PARCEL': Begin at,tfM :Oe MM.l. Fit*'Number Court r .: .J 8'sllJ"vsi"troce.ksr&NYII. Peas rOWOl ReaLemon Bitfwil.ww ; ..
Intersection l )h.East.rlyrlghtofwop .. 'DRINK MIXES "
> the .
?, ::1.UG4..i. p.ndin4ln
line ,.Cjrtult Curt: for-lrodY:II ALL ''CLAIMS'!' :" :- pantry Pride Black Pepper 69' .?\ NAM.CMMMV OH ,1-*JIOOAAM04 .. IkitnwcH I97V LEMON JUICE 8uyrn8akeJ y/ .; .J.U
of Seaboard Coast.tine) lord Cttvdty.Florida., .. DEMANDS. AND P8JECl7'IONS' _'. 1 ,,:) ,.
Railroad and ,the NartlW,, rebate DI.. .lon..he address KM MI rNa 3/M/ ;. BAVI304 32oz BTL. IMw/an.w.w t, ,,;
NOT SO' FILED Pride-Marshmallows' t' 1" fwo&y AiSfLA ClO
Pantry ,1
erly right. ot way tide of, of whtd tvU Post Office Will, .FOREVER. BAR.F,.' : r1r7whitt1400: Pnc lAva 30SAV Sourdough or English Muffins ,
lawtey Rood and.and run MUMIebUfg' Easterly" .. Drawer. '.B.. Stake. 'RID. .,' ../, t.I.Dat. .', ;,It libby Pink Salmon 89e ',.. Bohemian Nnwmritw;; Hearth Bread '! "19 ';'.: "
lorWa ?30 ( :.The. per. < T .
along told Northerly, ,,onoj )reere>.........'. of/ ; ."of the first publlcation ,, IMHfctM' .. _. ... -
right .f way .HnatflT! the, 'ee...t. -IV: AEtBER\ ., or.this Notice: of '. .' Dial Family Soapttamranftkt .O' 59t...,.. ),1>'11, LUX Stick Bread r2/J'i / ] ;f:
feet thnc 'runfSer'hand WES'EI'4MOOOY q*.{ t & : ,: "VI'. it L. ."0' 'i- PERSONAL SIZE ue 1N mMMNM1 C .;. "J
porfllle wttb'0fere-:; .whMe.ddre.eas.....,'.. '' 79 TStefy Spiced layer Cake 99 >: :;
;: ,
said Easterly. right ef ''. '
I way 1.; Barf Sfte, ,.ahe Butler; Seer IMMM k'"r 3.5oz BAR 4/77?' "SAVSYO 23 OZ CAN ,
line .' isMnce,af.tlOO'feet 'Florida; 1f.itM; ; .' and : "' Flavor Ice ., ',' ; 794" ;' LIQUIDJ25 I I PoP Bit Cocoa UIi *1=' : .HO' ,
; ,
thane iv Westerly '.4dret*'ofy ......,."On.I. Jr. ,/* ; }_ I ', ,
and "wallaf with. jep.e.eotolleX; dir .A."o. ,. nol R.pre*.nt t'tlve -".*' i.* .P..oodlts 5 OrPINOI? oft! WIDE 3/g l" CAM'AY SOAP k l HOT DOG or :
i ofor..aldNerth.plftight : ,;"'leiney are. ...i.f.nh.oaoMttjhe. .,of' the Estate 'ol"aW; ,
of war tine ,J7'.. '-*. ,.u., ;{u ; $ HAMBURGER'R'OLLS"
thence rwV'SoKibi aJona."">.'rr1AI:: \1 p..onv.t / ', (...3.. .'' LION. "OUKES' ."8.ps, : swamp Dog Ration $2" 'ONE ASSORTED COLORS:
Urte. .. ; _1... '''INIU/' "\"E "
ctOI"'.' 'ei 'tI mends : QUART / orvou *
disgnc.01,101, ; Packer label Mushrooms 2/89t R" 4 R 1
to .
e tateare' ATTORNEY FaaPSISO4'F Sot a PACK ,o<,.9ici .
also .
point ob.ginnlnq
reqwod'!VITNIN At .IPRU..TAT1VI.'jh.. ---
being', .'.Wee..ierly. 179 MONTHS PeOLf'YHe', r
feet of Ur 7. Xow fLawtey DATE O.THE PtR$ *UIAICATI Post Office Bait m ; ; I Xw DlXII LILY PAMPERS'J 0)"
'East ef Reilreod.according lI)! "QfltP' 11' .54 W. Tempi Ave.t'"J I '.c 'J LONGOUIH .<
to mop*r piettMr..fk NOTICE lo IHe with thi. > "I .........u.tiOusa'lJ 9 DIAPERS ga OS'
,,Slorke. Florida W .1r', .'". \ RICE 11 f LIQUID s ,
PW* o 1. desk a* the above :ouT'e ?04 VM-BOM '.'. .' I roONl.. nItA .OfIUNT ., kb
page *, air In 9.eNo1u43 L, .,rift an itolement of :s.;; I 'unit >j: 400., 10', Q. :Z20.J1' +
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I :n E..t.!<"r"1. '.?Yft:) !J9t't"; ::'cle'HuYR'taeltGhelrll"lEach", mutt:B. .In writing,'' \ ..rrIM" "' -......: \ ----- "# ., r.11 '::4':: \

at public .. ., to the end mutt Indicate the
highest and best bidder basis' for the taint, the

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: I!"W. ,. ,.' ',"..1 'r :iI."r\" f
FFA ConventionThirteen .! '..: .,; I ',41 .1! .\ : 1fI.: !If'I' ,. '
",AI,\, ", 'IwIn) 'd'I. .f. 1!' l-' y flay i
.of' .. ,,,. '. '1 V'I\ -'II: ,
'T., '
Future Farmer's or .. f (. ;, .
America returned last week from the 'i. ... ;, r't' t?. ..
State FFA Convention in Orlando. '- ''' ,
with one member returning $75 rP ,",V :...(' a T. .
richer "
I Butch Faulkner was selected the'Regional
$tar Agribusinessinan,"
I I 1 1I and received a its check from the ,
FFA foundation.

I I Ir The Bradford Count senior

chapter also received a "superior"
rating of chapters. l V

Those who attended were: Sheila
Starling !Mike Williams Mark I
: I : W\II\ ma. Donald Wilson. Kevin Ehx-. rt i iK i il.,
lIOn Mark Crews Eddie Barnes,
/ Melanie Parrish, Itandy Merritt,
aI Mike Andrews, Dale Tenly, John a
Tatum and Butch Faulkner. Mrs. J.
T Parrish, Greg Alvarez and Paul
Hutchins were chaperons.

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Open Food & SC It OS. 301 8.' ;, wrq .f U.. .'.

7A.M.12P.M.. & Walnut St. '" ,
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3 QI.. 16 OZ. .".4129 Tax <;, Gymnaaium Get New Roof ;

Plus Tax I 4 Dep. The gymnasium at the old RJE school Is. getting v a new roof courtesy of there ment officials and members of the concerned citizens group representing the 'D.'t'I- r
feral government through a grant from the Department or Housing and Urban residents of the north east Starke area recommended that the Improvements be tr
Borden'a ALL BRANDS BEER Development. Workmen were removing old portions of the roofing on made. Funding for the rerooflng were Included In the 1300.00011UD Community ; .
the east side Wednesday morning. Coordinator Unda Day that the Block Grant received during 157e. The funds have been allocated to Improve '.
.t 9 $" 00'Case rerooflng Is about 30 percent complete. The gymnasium Is user basketball streets and drainage In that area and for recreational facility 'Improvements., i,::";
MILIC oa,. U Over Cost practice by several team and has been deteroratlng, City recreation depart- The city Is also looking for funds from that same grant to light the adjoining ", ,
Softball field. ,i" !,.:;

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Burning. Garbage for Energy Source, =r Il

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r Our butchers expertly trim Discussed at Rotary by Tom Slade, Jr.: ::. ':"'/ ,
extra fat leaving only The potential benefits of converting such a plant could not be installed just .ti- r
away Look for this label for Beef "something we don't need" Into anywhere since it would need 2.000 n:. :
to make thats GUARANTEED! energy through the combustion of tons of garbage a day to operate tr
enough garbage was discussed at the Rotary Since each person in the U.S. accounts : :'::.
.. Wednesday of last week by Tom for five pounds of garbage per .."-
FRESH VALLEY Slade. Jr., of Jacksonville: chairman day this would require the waste ,:"a
3f the executive committee of Scientific from 800.000 to operate the .w':
always tender & juicy! a Energy Engineers. plant The col people and transportarr
Slade said that one ton of garbage, tion cost of getting garbage to.the ".'.
after conversion,would create energy plant would be a big item of expense ,! .I;::
equal to 1-1/2 barrels of oil. I If oil were Slade said. ; .
iT'S still costing 93 a barrel, the garbage r,:'i
1 conversion process would not Be West Europe is already convertingmuch I
FRESH economically feasible, the speakersaid. of its garbage, mainly because ...::.
But with oil costing $18 per bar there is a shortage of land needed for .,J\-j
eel now, and possibly$23 by 1980. the the so-called sanitary landfill operations ;'..::
conversion of garbage to energy Slade said. The U.S.. has plenty ??
becomes practical, Slade said. of land, but needs to convert its garbage :yr
.....I IM..,nr*,oummrr MOOT...."" .0. Ills company has worldwide because of the energy crisis, he .,:
patents on the combustion chamber added. t,",a.
necessary to convert energy and Slade said the company's burning .:n:
F. these patents have been licensed to a (combustion device was developed ..,.._
U.S.&A. CIIC c"FNI1Z1l"II&.fl 0 LOTS OF major multi-national company whose by engineers In Jacksonville.
name he Is not free to disclose at this The speaker was Introduced by his
CHICKEN time Slade IBid He declared that father. T.H. Slade. Sr.
saw/Wq&a.watunU s tit*
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Freshly Ground Beef u
MMiMmtmurFresh ... 1La j a ., I
.. a-
Perk Steaks "- > x111 f'4 ftIt C t>,
u*m I.IMOT a ma ,
$491 MF
Smoked Hams ;
Turkey 11 :

I\ New Zealand.Lamb Chops alias L "-9ot' l ?ItlLB b 'IH PI3

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fade MMMIMMHygrade"A Cornish Hens NIOS Ld PKG.

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Maple River Breakfast Roll 58

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Sliced Cooked Ham Ells ffest BUIJglnDairvl SLICED QUARTER CENTER CUT BEEF

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Blue Bonnet Quarter Oleo 3dini' U.....Is:. Borden American Singles 'IIM 3 TO 5 LBS L8 says 400 A LB
mom mmt m tin HI
Kraft Squeeze, Parkay 78 Azelrod Cottage Cheese 21 In f1 14aIM FRESH FLORIDAOHANGE FRESHPODSTEAKS

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fne Spred Quarter's Oleo 2/88/ Axelrod Onion Dip 48IM OH THOWCANA JUICEHOOD New owner' of Gem's Jewelry' Gary D. Brier" and hi. mother, ;\Ir,., Donna
saw/llelw5110IMSSwIl1111O. M hi Bran lumt t" HAL GALLON CANTON 98 Brier began operating the store located on full Street this 'week .,
Boneless Stewing Beef n1"MMUtfHMM Merico Texas Style Biscuit 5/88 save 30tf .
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OeiAM MATLAWS OSCAR t Gem Jewelry Has New Owner :' :,:
... ,
CLAIMS SMOKED FRANKS core STEAKS The Gem Jewelry store on east Call rock collectors. She also said they '.\'
FRESHWESTERNtoRK ALA"..""'. $' Street in Starke Is getting a facelift- can make jewelry. .M., ,

.a.a..PIge! '139. 'PICNICS AQ. :s.SPARE $158, u 298. along ,with a new. owner. Gary D. Brier helped set up a program at ,"IU'
= 'Xi"Seat MYCL101MW5MV1 Brier. DBCC for digital watch repair, and
M.WMIIO LO tat L1 ISM Brier just bought the store from has given lectures on repairing digital, ,' .
WATER ADDED RIBS Nolan Woodburn. who is retiring after watches. <,' ??:'
in the business. Brier was
25 the years outstanding student in his wat- originally from Orlando, the
sif 6TOB ,8 il8 $118 e chmaker's class at Daylona Beach Brier's said they have been'looking ..1
AYa. 0 Community College. He graduated In for a Jewelry store for awhile and aLONfiCNAMP ,"
LI they wanted to live in a small town.
SAVE 20el A La SAVE 3011 A L8\\ mother. Mrs. Donna Brier They currently) live in Gainesville. t1..;
"We used lo drive through Starke 'r.
will be working with him.
several years ago." Mrs. Brier said 1 I;.
The Brier's said they plan to
,Btst &fi$/Jidr ce/e$1 Serf BuusfnfiroceriePantry */ some remodeling and bring In more but I never thought then that we'd be ,",.
merchandise Mrs.. Brier: said they living here. oJ: I .
U...NO Ml w err. This Is the first business for the' Y
: i PrideTiaster 53dPantry" are bringing In all their own merchandise .
'. Pastries Mason Dome Jars 2n and are starting from scratch. Brier's. They will have a grand opening ,.'
." wSail' 'w '' sale the first. week of July; .
will\ have rocks for
She said some .
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Pride Towels 2/M/ Pantry Pride Raisin Bran file '
PM S RU P.51 I imwannMT .,to tI
38177 Charcoal Lighter Fluid 57* Quart Freezer Bags 49unmmm int .3.0's' .M'
tit 4
Pantry Pride Apple Sauce 59 Pantry Pride Honey "
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inm-.5 iinaaiuHiPeanutButter
Handf Bag Trash Bags 69* .'i 1"
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Curity Soft ,puffs CCH.LICTOIIsemes 3 *" MCI IHtttltt nctKNIKJUJtH 3 1wno Morton Frozen OonutsiauHMl 59
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Right Guard Deodorant Sias Morton *Frozen mmi mm Dinners 69* : M -I I i

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T NOTICE IS HEREBY Ider on Tuesday.August before July 12. 1979. and

birthday, totalling 278 loom or brackets,would be held in the GIVEN that V...... P. 7, 1979, ot the file the orIgf nRlyffh( the ,
years, were celebrated at Starke and lobby of the Starke Nursing Home, at eligible' to va'.. Complaint' filed In these keunty, Florida lying 'nIocfIoft Odom th. holder .f'tha; .ante said place of 7(00 dark ot this court 4WMr .,
Hampton Senior Citizens Clubs this 808 S. Colley Road June 29. Registration Book ,In the ".....,1119.. 23 Tvwninlp 3. following certificates has PM an Ordinance. "before service *n petit. ,.
week There are probably quilt In Brad- Supervisor' of Election: Thf Order to Show South, Kongo 22 East filed sold certificates for rotating tot tioner' attorney or Im- '
Mr. Harry Rosenshlne. 99. Ms. Lisa ford County dating 'way' back almost Office, Bradford County Cause shall .be publishedIn at public solo, to tho a tax deed ta be ,Issued The retorting of the medlatWy tbereoIerlotherwise ; .
Courthouse, -will close the mono required and .DAM bidder thereon Tho certificate following described property -
both highest
Hansen 89 former members
200 years I Get them out )Judgmentwill
were proclaimed to Lifetime address and sew number your Friday. June 29, ot 5:00 by Section 79.04, F'Ot'ldoSto.u. for cash at 11:00: o'clock number. and year of Issuance arid amending the entered a for the.
name phone be
for this ..., In Bradford Comprehensive
p.m. election. the 10th day of the description
on July
Honorary Membership by acclamation securely them. will be demanded 'In the.
on They well that relief
Use Plan provide
Additional "Informationand County Telegraph' an.pape' 1979. .t tho front Door of of the property and the. ta
at our last m taken
ing.Harry's care of. of lands currently" toned .
sample' ballots may. general Bradford County n'lines In which n wo petition.
daughter Mrs. Mildred Senior Citizens Club members of b. received from the City circulation In old' Courthouse Stark assessed are a* follows: ..2A and designated .by IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ..
Hitchcock R.N. at Starke Public Hampton and Starke can bring their Clerk. municipality, publishedIn Florida. Certificate No. 82 the. ) plan Multi-Family, OF BRADFORD COUNTY,'

Health of Keystone Heights broughther quilts for display to our next club /s/lrls Virginia Hart Stork.. Florida GILBERT S. BROWN Year of Issuance 1977 Low Density or currently FLORIDA, .,
father, plus a beautifully meeting. June 20 at 1 p.m., Pratt IRIS VIRGINIA HART, DONE AND ORDERED Clerk of the Circuit Court Description of Property: toned BP and designated
decorated cake "Happy Birthday Street Recreation Center. City Clerk at Starke. Bradford Byi: Beulah M. Moody LOTS 6&9 OF ILK 8 IN by the Pion Business Professional CIVIl ACTION NO. '
Daddy." As this will be our final meeting until 6/21 3tchg 7/12 County. Florida thlf 18th Deputy Clark L.T. a COS ADD BEING .be resoned to .25S .
Ms. Beverly McGee brought Lisa September we bid you all to turn day of Jun. 1979. (Court Seal) FRACL LOTS Sec 28. RP and designated. '
and a birthday cake that read "Happy out so that we can say" Hello." "Good I /s/Osee R. Fogon Twp6S. R-22. Residential Professional' ; In re the Marriage of EDWIN ; '
Birthdays to Harry and Lisa." Health" and "So Long" until we meet IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Circuit' Judge, SWANN. SWANN AND Name In which assess the property of J.M. Nor KENNETH CAULEY ,
Ms. Lisa said "Joe this Is the nicest again. FOR BRADFORD COUNTY 6/21 3tchg 7/5 HADDOCK ed A.C. Carter roll; '.L. A J.L. Mcleodi; Husband, and VIVIAN ..

party I've been to in such a long S"f" Jo* Kerrigan FLORIDA, 17 South Magnolia' All of aid property W.L. Bradley! Clyde M. WILLENE STRICKLAND'
time." CASE NO. 79.300 NOTICETrodlord Avenue "being 'In the County of Tomllnson. Louise'
Perhaps this is a good time to say SERVICE NEWS County Board Orlando, Florida 32801Attorney. Bradford, State of Varn... W.N. Jackson, CAULEY wifeNOTICE
CITY OF HAMPTON. of County Commlsslonri Florida Greta Alva,... Owen
that visitors are always welcome at for Plaintiff
BRINDISI. Italy Technical 'for Alvarez, W.F. Krotx; T.J. OFACTIONWITNESS ,: ,
FLORIDA a municipal hearing proposed 6/212tchg 6/28 Unless such certificate '
the Starke Nursing Home. The shut-
Sergeant Bonnie K. Raulerson corporation u.. of Federal Revenue or certificates shall .be Holllngworth; Thelma M. my hand,-, ...
ins there would be if
very happy you daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Chris Plaintiff Shoring Fund for tho NOTICE OPAPPLICATION redeemed according ta Jennings' ; Louise I. Bell; and seal of this Court on N .;
could share little time with them.
Hansen of 38502 Third St. E W.J. Studstlll Freda
v. Fiscal year ending September FOR law the property described ; May 31, 1979.
Ms. Beverly McGee. Activities Palmdale, Calif., has arrived for duty THE STATE OF FLORIDA 30. 1980. Mooting TAX DIED In such certificate or Judd; Mr*. C.A. Knight; .
Director at the Nursing Home announced at San Vito Dei Normanni Air Station, at al.. Defendants./ Dole: Monday. July 2, Sot. "4.16. '.1. certificates will .be sold Harry Gruen; First Christian GILBERT S. BROWN As. ...
that a one-day public displayof Italy. 1979. Tim.: 1:30: p.m. to the highest bidder at Church of Stork.: Clerk of the Court .
hand woven or hand made quilts The sergeant, an Inventory ORDER TO SHOW CAUSI Mooting. Ploc.: Bradford NOTICE IS HEREBY the. courthouse door on Drew Reddish A Ruth By: Marian McRoe, As .
:" finished or unfinished still on the management supervisor with a unit of TO THE STATE OF FLORI County Courthouse. A GIVEN that Vernlo P. Monday 'In Month of July Reddish; John E A Deputy Clerk ,
the U.S. Air Forces in Europe DA. THROUGH THE hearing will bo. hold at Odom the holder of tho 1979, which Is the 16th Charlotta Ramsey;
HELP! previously served at Hurlburt Field. STATE ATTORNEY FOR above lime and place following' certificates has day of July. 1979. described as follows: 6/7ltchg6/28-, '
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL regarding tho proposed filed sold certificates for Dated this 24th day of That parcel' of land In

WE NEED Fla.Sergeant Raulerson Is a 1966 CIRCUIT OF SAID STATE u.. of Federal' Revenue a tax dead to .be .Issued May. 1979GILBERT the City of Starke, ..,
BUYERSWALDO graduate of Banning High School 'THE SEVERALPROPERTY Shoring Funds In tho thereon. Th. certificate S. BROWN Florida bounded on the
Wilmington Calif. Her husband OWNERS TAXPAYERS amount of $147,207, numbers. and years of issuance CLERK South by Call Street and
H. AND CITIZENS OF THE CI which the Bradford the description By: Beuloh M. Moody on the West by Christian ,
Tommy Raulerson Is the
Mr. and Mrs. son of TY OF HAMPTON FLORI County Board of County of the property and the Clerk of Circuit Court of Street and on the North
AUCTION D.B. Raulerson of Rt.
BARN 1. DA. INCLUDING NONRESIDENTS Commissioners expect to names 'In which It, was Bradford County Florida by Center Street and on
5.. 24 In Welee, Starke Fla. OWNING receive for the fiscal assessed ora as follows: 6/21 4tchg 7/12 the East by Bay Street.

Yard S.,.. Sst I Sun PROPERTY OR SUBJECTTO year ending September" Certificate No. 117 You are further given
SAM U-Catch TAXATION THEREIN 30. 1980.;' All Interested' Yea of 'Issuance 1977 NOTICE that a copy of fLORILARDREALTY '
: S PM
-J AND ALL OTHERS HAVING citizens ore Invited to attend Description of Property: PUBLIC NOTICI old. proposed OR. III .
.. Good used furniture Catfish & Bream OR CLAIMING ANY the hearing. Any COM AT SE COR OP SE An Ordinance amen' DINANCE .Is available for
.. New end used antiques RIGHT TITLE OR INTER citizen has tho right to 1/4 OF N 980. W 1800'. S ding the ComprehensiveLand your Inspection at the office
and merchandise" 111 Lb EST IN PROPERTY TO BE make written or oral 304.54' TO POB S 152.27', U.. Plan Element of the Planning and Phone 944-7700
Open 6 days weekly. AFFECTED BY THE ISSUANCE comments with regard to W 432.26', TO ELY R/W and Map .by the City of Zoning Official. City 993 N. Temple Avenue

.. .. .. IOOm./oSpm Open Sat. BY SAID MUNICI. possible. uses of the OF HWY 301 N IS' E Starke, Florida 'In accordance Hall Stork. Florida
: : PALITY OF BONDS HERE funds. 158.96', E 387.54' TO with the Local Each and every Person
.. AUCTION EVERY FRIDAY' $3200 down and assumeeshttlng
All Day INAFTER 6/21 Itchg Government Comprehensive having on Interest
SATURDAY NIGHTS DESCRIBED R22. Planning Act whatever 'In the enactment VA Mtg on 4 BR 2

7.30 p.m. Bring Bait OR TO BE AFFECTED IN Nome 'In which assessed of 1975 as provided for of this proposed Bath and 4 Acres. .

., ANY WAY THEREBY: IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Luone W. Bramlett In Chapter 163. Florida ORDINANCE should op-
Statutes and Chapter 25 and'be heard at the NEW 3 BR. Bath 1 Half
1 MI. W. Of GrahamSR You and each of you THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL All of sold property pear '
are h.r.by required to CIRCUIT BRADFORD "being In the County of Code of Ordinances, Cityof time and place prescrib Stove Dishwasher,
18 appear on the 17th day COUNTY FLORIDA Bradford Stale of Starke, Florida. ed. replace.( Payments'
$2I.SHOWCASE of July 1979 ot830: AM. CIVIL ACTION NO. 79." Florida. To: All Citizens. Taxpayers Albert l. Crosby, Jr. 247.00 with 20 percent.
"before the Circuit Courtof Unless such certificate and other 'Interested Planning A Zoning down. Payments 332.00.
Bradford County, J.I. KISLAK MORTGAGE or certificates shall b* Persons. Official. City of with 10 percent down. .
Florida ot the Courthouse CORPORATION etc.. redeemed according to Slarke, Florida
OzrdutyiT assnn tat In Stork., Florida Plaintiff vs. WENDELL law the property described You and each of' You 1 Itchg 6/21 '+Ac. on SRIOO E; ..
NOnCIO' and show cause why the DELANO SANDERS, .. In such certificate or are hereby and herewith 13.000.00 per Ac.
PROPERTIES.INC. SPECIAL ELECTION prayer of the Complaint u., at al. Defendants, certificates will .be sold given notice In accordance .

Realtor : -r21 Th. City Council of. the filed 'In the above entitled to the highest bidder: at with Florida. TO: Mrs Vivian Wlllene. SIR Con. Ilk, home, near
I Statutes and City' Ordinances '
should NOTICE OP SAll the courthouse
City of Hampton, Florida proceedings door on Strickland' Cauley schools $22,000.Profitable .
BOX 1338 ROIUTS REAL ESTATE voted to hold a Special not .be granted and the Notice I. hereby given the first 1 Monday 'In City of Starke, Address Unknown
Keystone Hgts 32656 election: regarding the bonds therein describedand that pursuant the Final Month of July' 1979. Florida that the City going' .business.Call .
the Judgment of Foreclosure which I. the Commission of Starke,
16lh .
964-7828 adoption of. a n.w proceedings day of YOU ARE NOTIFIED St. Talk to us. '
Florida have designatedthe
473.4903 Charter by the City of authorizing the Issuance and Solo entered In tho July 1979.
that action for
986 N. Temple Hampton Florida. thereof, validated and cause pending In the Cir Dated this 24th day of City of Storka Planning on
and Commission dissolution of marriagehas 314- Acres, Graham area.
LOVELY NSW MODEL THEREFORE a special confirmed .old bonds cult Court of the Eighth May. 1979GILBERT
HOME In Keystone Hts. Starke Fla. election will be h.ld consisting of not exceeding Judicial Circuit In on for S. BROWN, to conduct a public been filed and you --- -'- --
hearing' at a regular ore required to serve a
Only $39.900. Excellent Tuesday. July 31, 1979. $91,300 principal Bradford County Clerk
buy .. Act before prlc.In.,, Now Lilting Th. usual polling placed amount of Water Revenue Florida Civil Action No. By: Beuloh M. Moody meeting held at 7:30 copy of your written ...."Inll., Please, call
reases.. Mobile Home will .be used and the Bonds, maturing In 79-93 the undersignedClerk Clerk of Circuit Court of P.M? 'In the City Commission defenses, If any to It on Verne' P. Odom, Brokers
lot. on 1/2 ocr. normal hours for voting 1982 through 2019 bearIng will sell tho property Bradford County Florldo room. City' Hall petitioner's attorney GRI> Phone 944-S474
Ev.. Potty Toole will .be observed, which Interest at not exceeding situated In said 6/21 4lchg 7/12 Starke, Florida on whose name and address .
hone 475-1110 Frame House in city or. 700 A.M. to 7:00: the legal' rote County described as: Thursday July 19. '1979, Is J. J. WOLBERT, Pearl Andrews "4.773'L.
t reasonobly priced P.M. All registered per annum payable annually lot 718, Block 16 low- NOTICE OP and make a recommendation JR.. P. 0. Box 1086. G. Doll 944-7S91.
voters of the City of a more particular Icy Florida Deed Book APPLICATION FOR to the City Commission Storke, Fla.' 32091 on or Mary Hamilton 964 6235
(Ralph I Bryan large Frame House on 2 Hampton Florida. ore description: of said bonds "C". Page of the public TAX DEED and the City

acres located In lake "being contained 'In. the record of Bradford Sec. 194.16. ',1. Commission' will con- .----.. O .....---.... 'I)t.
Real Eat: use Butler.

... rr. ', ,," ''e"91 d .... .. :1
2305 N. Ave.Starke : t J' i.J .
T.mpl. Beautiful' wooded lot at ... ; :" 1: 1 I .. .
Phone 944-8718 Stork. Country Club. m .

Office Saturday, open 9.5 Monday p.m. Sunday thn Acres lovely .ham.Beautiful In Green lot. cruwletjar'REALTY .

by appointment, Spacious outbuilding ,c

NEW LISTINGS Brick home In country, ,

Klngsley. Brick lake Duplex-E-Z. 90 It. orwater. tc FHA Associate.Richard VA. Robert. you have property for sale don't tell your Id CICILIA vq ,_ PHONE 964-7776.....

convert to single.' Ann Godwin. TERWIllEGAR 205 N. Temple' Starke. Florid
304 I. Adklns 4 BR 2 2 Judith,
Flynn neighbor tell realtor
bath frame-double garage, Patsy Slice your
fireplace. storage house. .
S 411 N. Church 3 BR 1 !

bath, fireplace, slngls FAULKNER

419 N. Water J BR, I Pt.ue es ESTATE NEEDSIN .
Two beautiful lots corner IB
Adkins Water.
o Two beautiful' 'lets REALTOR TGAGE. -

Church SI A VERY GOOD BUV_, $48.000.00
o Two Story Brick Colonial REAL ESTATEYour

Country Club 4 BR. 3 both 964-5065 HIGHWA $ acre

10 Acres up Ba.I... with I2S feet of rood ...... I Itall.

Highway. rolling Improv.d 2305 N. .. $42,500.COUNTRY Best Hedge
pasture. ..rm.. Temple Ave., Starke

4 BR concrete block with CLUB ESTATES- InflationI
swimming pool on 1'/ acre large 4 .bedroom home en SOME OF OUR PREFERRED PROPERTIES

lot on Morgan Road. RESIDENTIAL JlliahC. Peuraon'';; acre lot, $46,000.COMMERCIAL I hove several propertiesthat WE'RE PEOPLE TOUCH WITH PEOPLE

'FHA approved 38R 2 Ri.t I.TOK con be bought with a
bath block in town 75' x ISO/ lot with 2 BR. I I 'rams. $7500.00. good '.rm.. BUILDINO-ln smell down peyment No down pay Veteren Orange A Legion St., 3 BR 2'I.

'2 BR one bath block. LAW U:" t'l.flRIn". the heart of downtown" BelonceSyrs. i9%" $27.000.
Christian Street. large lot 2BR 1 II. LR. DR. Kit. FR with 1 BR rental and large Con. Blk 11: -3MH1 .,.., owner flnenclng, Very nice MH en'I acre 'fenced good lawn many
'6 acres B. 4BR-Hamplon- workshop Nice lot In good location. 1 acre lots for home or $ 7.000. 964'6464 24 Hrs extra r furnished garage storage bldg., Owner
Paved rood. 3BR, IB frame with nice lot. 9500.00 mobile home. 2995. ASSOCIATE wonts an offer SR 100 W. .

'26 acres woterfront- term RESIDENTIAL lOTS-stertlng, I CWO RET DOM DE furnished apartment on 301 $70.000. .
Grandm-Terms, 38,. I IB with 3 acres. .* lew a* $2SOO with excellent 301 200' frontage B (large CB home. ,
'2 to 10 acres-Several 4 to 26 acre In lewtey terms.REDUCED 864-6375 Klngsley leke.. Remblln' eld house lot 90' x 120' '

locatons-T.rm.. FARMS ACREAGE3BR $3.000 per acre term Income producing property 1 large home Medlson B.

0'4.S' acres a SBR Cape with 4 acres. Hwy 16 West Reduced $$23.000 -2 bedroom .home I smell home Perk Place zoned Commercial' 22500.,,
Cod. Nice 6 acres with 3 BR. I B frama. 30 Acre pines' well and en beautiful corner. .let, Doll house-West Adkins. -51,005Own.r fin '

'Building loti.In town B 3 acres with well Hampton area. : .septic $40,000. SIS.MO. > r 120 acres hi end ..III,,' fenced A crossfenced .

out. 36.35 acre 1340/ US 301 < owner financed $ 31.000.
'.12x64 mobil. ham. on 7 acres.S7.500. Easy Term. $56,900 term ALMOST NW-1 bedroom, J q $490-Beoutlful, building lot lessenS Rd. .

waterfront' lot. S oc.S.OOOr Easy Terms.Beautiful i 2 both with 4 ....* of .land. Real ) Broker 2 story colonial ..... house B cottage-Walnut S'. Furn.lerge ..

Motel B Trailer Park-one 4 acres with 2BR, IB home, workshop; 3 co- BO Acre f_. 3 BR 2 Ba 70000. Rg. home $2S.OOO-lewtey-owner flnenced. 3. '
of the .best In town and garage. Immaculate ii" home. bam out-bfdg. 30 3 stores-Hats of Sterke-to I.... ti
making man.,. WATERFRONT "' pecan: tree, fenced 8 CORNER lOT-Okl' c.maen 301 North Trail Motel Uwley 1301 Seerlng/ 3SR 2B CHAA low utilities.

'Now booking' 'for cross-fenced 150000. del building. wttft feed : 1.00 PM B.30 PM 3.2 Acres, home. trailer; huge garage, fish pond.
Over 200' Black Creek 2 with
2 BR 78231
frontage on acre* Office .
summ.r-2BR cottage on frame frentege en Highway' 301, flnenced. Country ""'''11'
house.35R. .
Kingsloy Lak. 100 Acre) farm, well. Septic $19.000. Horn 782.3898 34 Acre $1490 en acre fenced.
11. Con Ilk house 2 old
Tired of looking? let u' only year on Sampsonlake. '. ,EJec. .appro 100 $44.000 :all IB CHAA oversized double gar Ig. den.. .
Build you a new home with pecan tree.. divided by MINI -FARM-3 bedroom. IAWTEV STARKE $24.000 SIR IB Pratt St., Prlvecy.'
On.acre on Crosby Lake 'In restricted' area. Broker owner frame with 3 .... LOOK WHAT Wl St2.000.lot
a "Touch of Class" Watch paved read $130,000. home MODEST HOME MODEST lOO s 94' Corner Broadway A Call.
for our Model Hom., the ,, need tome repairs.. PRICE Stucco. 3 B.. Tiled FOUND!11 Home with 'In New brick, big. country horned; fireplace, I .c,..
'Barcelona", at the Country COMMERCIAL Furnished. 2-BR Mobil S23.MO. both. screened porch cor- come. Over 1800 sq. It. CB. $28,000-404 W. Medba. -large 2 story home.corner.
Club) large service station, with remodeled office*. Equip.. 'Included. Home en 1 acre $13.900. port. OVER 1200 so. ft. 3 BR, 2 bath fireplace,car. $7.800. tot-Hampton Oeks-330: a ISO owner fin.

210 Hwy 301. '. -f STARTER HOMI-4.. bedroom port. AND separate off.l" 13 acre Hwy 301 N A Merges Rd. Owner flnenced..
WI HU THI EARTH- 218 frontage on Hwy 301-Servke Station. pump and 3 BR frame on 1.6 acres A a good ....#.......... HOMESTEAD with fireplace ciency. On over 2 H I acre*. I Estate o* lake Oaseva-.....,. home*.
AND EVERYTHING ON IT tank Included. Reduced to S4S.OOO n paired rood Term $"..... on "B.2 acre 4 rooms, St. Cloir St. S27.... ..,.. room fruit knee, walk everywhere.
venlngsilelph Hwy 301 North \\W20V lot with small can oik.,, bWg.' $12.800. I bath screened porch, 20000. Deluxe MH SBR 28 CHAA Mar town. ,

P. Bryan Great location IAWTEV FARM-20 ecre end Storage BWg !Highway 223 CLEVER COMFORTABLE Store en 301. $27.100 A opt. Owner flnensed. :
Realtor '6A-62$ Mobile Home Pork-l3 acres included mobile home 2-story frame S M I (tie comfortable 3 .heer.sm ( CONTEMPORARY, over Commercial lot Cell S..-..... locetlonOwner' fin
I.OoWIa IB: Room for expansion $$29.000owner' financed .borne $12,900.MOBILE 1200 sq. ft. 3 BR. CI home $41,800. Rambling" older. homo plus $ oc,...

Wayne ,W f SMALL ACREAGE with playroom off kitchen. 42 acre Inside city Owner flnenced.' ._. .
Ireker-Sele 944-4S9J*- RIALTO MOBILE HOME OR BUILDING LOT1' '. L.-from. home In goodcondition HOME PARK re- 1.15 Ac.with well $4.800. FHA approved. Neil Court. S2WO 4 lot laurel Baptist Reed.

Phone l-l'k acre Hwy 100 Good Iocotlo.Good'hrmi.: ,' *' I grooms I bo,SO tot unes I ...... ma.gds 1.I-. HONEYMOON SPECIAL ISt. I rick 4SR 28 five acres out of ,city I

3evld DyelAssecletePhone. 468-122S pecan tree, 3 rental' ........ $140.000. 2.31 Ac. Front 225 W, t bath kitchen-living' I leke. Sent. Fe Let 7$' a 40ff SU.JOO. Owner fin.' t
Hampton lot with well B. septic, $3.493. mottle' home t extra $10.900. I ,
: area Approxi.
Vkkl, ......A..oel... r hook-up (room for several) BRICK A BlOCK-olce 1bedroom 2.33Itc.. with well. $9.300. M'oc. ga'St. Cloir 90. St. j Bill tills Associate' 473-2: UQ I ILwl1l.

Phone 944-484J We have other lot with low down payment A easy monthly an 6 acre good Income .home with B ecr**,. 2.35 As5v01Kr4159,300d 1 .Conner Spry Associate 9448420.24x52 ,
payment. .flnanced. 70000. 3 BR-2BATM CI home in .
?, owner $69,000. ,:t.3S Ac. $8.700. I
Purl; H. P.ulks.al.aftet OVmamnSusen .BrokerOwner.QPFtCEi. '. ; *f ,j#* 3.05 Ac. front* 233 W. country on 7 oc. Fenced'
M. Bekken-Reelter. ; ACROSS FROM BRADFORD .$ 4.300. "" '' : and cross fenced extra. 1 .
Ta r lewtey' Turn at SQUARE-ISO feet ... trailer hook-up DOUBLEWIDE
Evenings 964-B06S 3.e. AcpJJl ..0..11. "
"r. school toward" Baptistenure Three bedroom.. 2 full baths, front kitchen central
''vttj! Highway $01, reduced Nn,5oo. 1"1t4 1OO. All OWNER FINANCED air,
REALTOR ASSOCIATES! ar *. follow Then ',.,ht. at $ '. ,.,K 'tl; '4.66 Act Fronts;:225. West WITH LOW DOWN II awnings. skirled all set.up end ready to move In...only
( signs) i
Irene Foulkner-Eve,944-114J | ;,", Church 1.0: 1/21 20.300*.,,,..*. '\. ./ PAYMENT: i $9f99. VA and bank financing ovoll bl..

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"*. ecre of .lend I nice double* Phone 9649606din's
Julie t. OrtMls-tve$ ,*" '''" 7'2.saM All. HOMES SHOWNAPPOINTMENT BY' '
wide "home. U'.""*. Mobil.Homes,dealer

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") eEvel nYaGan bI IYW iNL'j Ida Frankit. Rahaw. Kim, Smith.WMleheed 6aN' ett. ::r at ,the home Qf Mr and Mrs. refreshments of purtcht\'..._ In0 .tat/h014.Party', ""j,1', i n
,alma: '. '......Ui da attmded meetings at and Kirk. Williams i .. : ,. .Yid.. Fenton on Hampton Lake. potato chips by lng...r'Ctonoen.'Dlan* The end of school party for sixth !
Mn. Mary JOn%atgu Mte* Claudette Peterson's' Ithgrade Besides hot dogs baked Davis and Catherine 'I
t1wb.. mMt Hotel, ...girls acquired beans corn S aMn rag. > graderswaaplanned. 1
8tBt the meeting. goo*. MOT tans and 4M-lots of sv.'immIng. Amy Clark. Marlene O'Steen. \' JMI the cob. salad. fruit cocktail and ricers. The' "beautiful edaa ke ,(':'
Members having June. July and 'ttity'"all went sightseeing in Amy Williams and Melissa. Williams'. "' 1 cake were enjoyed The children GoMhMd > was made b)' Mrs. BlonmeDeriunan.
August birthdays were honored. Mr*. Miami''e day and were glad to get Mn.: Ernenln. Denmark's: 6th I 1 ''...yed games. and had a good time-In\ The Mwond and third grade classes. Home made Ice: cream! tra* made by i
Vautrtian provided cake, ice cream" back ftome' on Friday. grade BUIy <' B uldtee. Brenda tW sand box and wading. Accompa enjoyed the nature trails at OoUHtead Vonda Brown and Angtffc'' Tfcbmai '11"
sandwiches and fruit punch as Bridal Sh.wrrMils' Ba rek, Vonda BrOl.\'n. Ken Crawford. nying' the class with Noelle Silk were Stale Park in >the-'last' school toy who weed asHted byfcffs. .Sheryl
refreshments with special birthday ( Tonya Patrick bride-elect of ','!: Rob Spltie.Mrs.CroT'Sty J?j' -"dote Byrd Twila Kerschner and They like IhO'' Old Mill :and 'Hading Crawford Punch was nMIIt ty Ann :
plates and napkins. Mark Hodges, was honored at I bridal4iower llsofs7h<< grade: ; e1ra Padgett. The weiner roast and other delicious I I Baker and Becky Younif r ftsafeting. Inserving 1'0":
Among those especially honored in the home of Mr and !Mrs. Randy.. Campbell. ;.Do> were Josephine Fontaine who will lie.. vernon Parmenter on June 12. Brad Russell,,'Lxirlf' Snpw and Diane .;'MrI) )onaM'. They were prepared by tnger were Brenda Bawrk '*nd Vonda ,
celebrating a June 24 birthday: Corsages, were presented to the Waldron. Jit completing their study unit on Campen who provided. a cake Brown 1 I.
Joseph Kerrigan of Starke who has a. guest of honor: her mother. Mrs. Many of the above earned the A-B 'f Nutrition.! Mrs. Jean Clark's first decorated with a school house!, Jolene On Monday June Il.'sifclh' graders
July 5 birthday and Mrs. Belle Brown Patrick:: Mrs. E.W. Hodges. Jt. Honor Roll for the entire school year. graders were guests at McDonald's in Friese who made the Big' Bird cake enjoyed a day of swimming canoeing : J.
whd will be celebrating her 90th birthdaY'n mother of the groom to be: and to These were listedJrv, last week's .Starke on June 7. and Donna Ford who helped with and plcnlcifig At the KlnRsiey Lake 1 .
) August 21. Mrs. Brown was Mrs. E.W. Hodges, Sr. of Brooker Telegraph as having been presented !Mrs. Betty Allen, the hostess show- cooking Accompanying Mrs Debbie home of Steve Denmark. ChaprrbneS I ,.
presented with a bouquet of red roses .grandmother of the future groom Certificates by Principal Connie .oed.them a film about the Company's Blgham. Mrs.. Earselene Zimmer for this event were Mrs1 L.A. Red. ': I 4;;
and a shower of congratulatory cards: The decorated cake featuring an Clark. ,. background and customer service. man. Mn. Joyce McMillan and Mrs ding. Jr !Mr Curtis Crawford. Mrs. .
as well as a yellow daisy corsage. It umbrella'' was served from the 'They toured the kitchen area Including Arleen on this trip Mere also Claimed Denmark and Mrs. Irving!Young whoalso ,
was noted that "Aunt (lass Tripe, the walk 'in Branham JoAnn Horne ,
Belle" had'at refreshment table which held a freezer. They Carolyn accompanied the group 6n their
tended nearly all of the Senior centerpiece of yellow and white On May 31 Mrs. Noelle Silk's were allowed to make! their own fruit Slater, Mrs. Knolt. Betsy Hersey., recent trip to Walt DisneyWorld.Surprlne ::
Citizens Meetings held. daisies. Fruit punch, sandwiches KindergarteVi Class traveled by bus to 'drinks -as compliments of Roger Rich. and Mrs.: Redding. Mrs. I .
Games were played and group sing. candy and nuts were also served by the Jacksonville} 'Zoo:? McDonald's. The sundaes they en- Joyce Collins,was the cheerful bud. Party "'I',
ing enjoyed to the accompaniment of the hostess Mrs. Parmenter. her Besides a blcnlc) lunch on the joyed were paid for through money driver for this trip. On June 7 Mrs.''Carole Stevenson's
William Lahn with his'mandolin. Mr. daughters. Debbie and Mary Ann grounds, the children enjoyed riding earned by having best representation On June' the 4th and 5th graders class was pleasantly surprised when :
Lahn read a peom by Edgar A. Guest and her neices. Rose and Lisa Beneshof the train and other rides and seeing .at.PTA meetings. Parents accompa-: had a day of exercise and fun when Mrs. Lester McCUllough and Mrs. t
as a tribute to Dads for Father's Day. Gainesville. all the animals birds snakes and fish i:nying children on this trip were Inger they saw the sights of Goldhead Mary Alice Waldron brought in Ice i
Mrs. Fontaine won the door prize for Game winners were !Mrs. E.W. displayed there. Among chaperones Campen. Diane Davis. Jolene.Fries Branch State Park. They toured the cream and punch and served a'lovely I
holding the lucky card. Hodges Jr. and Mrs. Linda Patrick of for the day were Kathy Fenton Kim and Catherine Manning ravine and waded at the Old Mill site, decorated cake made. by Mrs Me-
The next Club meeting Is scheduled Starke. Morgan, JoAnn. Horne Sylvia Patter In the final hours of the last day of with guide Ken Hoag J\llndy'Md.ean Cullough's!: daughter Lucille/ Vkkery.
for September 7. Miss Patrick received a hand'elec son. Annie Byrd. Mrs. Padgett and school this group saw a Winnie the and Claudette Peterson were accompanied Mrs Stevenson was presented with
tric mixer as a hostess gift. Nanci! Starling Pooh film strip, demonstrating by Earselene Zimmerman. hand crocheted doilies and a' hurricane -
4.11 Leader Congratulation Kindergarteners ended their last career education by Hannibal Series. Margaret Wadsworth went along and candle lamp In appreciation of

Doll Waters who was selected John.Meng celebrated his 16th bir her assistance to thlla- -._.--.. \ .
Camp thday June 12.

.r sot aselor. Representative. returned frn.e.Thunday Happy Birthday to Mrs. Dolly
from' .-H''Camp MeQudrrie Simpson whose birthday was June 15. ECKERD'S "NO HASSLE" QUALITY PHOTO

In the Ocala National Fprest. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McClure of E C ii: : :i IfJ'As ',. ..... red.MaaN eweNaeeM.NMIM_GUARANTEE.......
9 Workshops were held on camp Tampa celebrated their 6th Wedding 'I .
Counseling, campfires flag Anniversary May 13 by bringing their PRINTS.. TWICE THE FILM 10"
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Ceremonies, life saving cabin sons visit,with Kasey her and Ryan, for a weekend 1 _. .Mfl M.owy i>nn| .M..o*M.*._TOM 11_P
Management first aid, archery and Paul Meng and parents family., Mr. and Mrs. PEOPLE TRUST ECKERD'SFOROUAUTY na fVfmoM prmwd :. -=.you|0<:7.I t your a.N "'/
pamper t ... /
guidance. Those attending PRESCRIPTION SERVICE at low low praer TODAY AND IVIftVOAt --

ssjsted in serving food cleaning up spent Mrs Father's Beverly Wanner weekend of Orlando ...: ._ ,Q. _.u. :

cabms: ,and grounds. Attending the parents Mr. and Day Mrs. Paul with her 'p, '," _A' ". ,. .i" .. ." ..
Session with Doll Meng .
were Tammy A 'k ,
and aq
Rauldree., Joe Ricker and Sheila wither brother, John, went F n... b
Anderson, who were to back to Orlando on Sunday to
transported t 'gym TAFFI
and,from Camp by Mr. Lowell Par. spend a days.
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food was reported to be very Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meng left a ; r, j I Ir1
lood and swimming was enjoyed. employment In Crystal River two
Doll received awards for Junior weeks ago to do some traveling. They "'l.':. 1.1 ,a 1w
Lifesaving, First Aid training, and visited Lorl'lfamily near Orlando fora ocT t '
few days. Then they spent sever*' N
Good besides all
Leadership passing
days with Marty's parents, Mr. at ,, KOOL AIDDRINK RAID DAWN
jests given at the close of the Session. BUFFERIN BAN ROLL-ON DETERGENT ',Ii"
Mrs. Paul and
Meng family. On Mon MIXMak10ot.Qrap ROACH TAPE ,; 1
day they left In their travel r x'Cherry grease. 32ozbotlle.
3 Luncheon trailer for Bottle or 100. I Kills continuously.Pack 'i '.
Faculty Dependable 5-oz.! tlze. Price redacts 20 "Ion .
31 Joseph City, Arizona, where Marty or Strawberry.REG. of 3a. 1' by 4" tapes
relief. LIMIT 1
Hampton Elementary School: pain LIMIT 1 SI.99 label REQ. 51.49 dp
worked a few REQ. 42.49LADIES'
years ago. They plan to
and '
personnel enjoyed a
luncheon at the Western Steer enjoy the Western States for a few JJ

.group teak House in Starke on Tuesday. months. 149 794) r H 157 199 9'9 4
joining the group for lunch were Warren i
.Stevenson, E.W. Hodges, Jerry Honor Hampton RollStudents Elementary News Ij, ij.

.:ynd Jody Wadsworth. listed as earning all A's ,) r. I 'p (j.d.1 j.

jj Klimey Family Fund and B's during the last six-weeks ---- _.. I.........---. !

? Anyone wishing to assist the Kinsey grading period are: SLIDE
family whose father and husband. Mrs. Jean Clark's 1st grade SANDALS HOUSEHOLD

Tracy Hudson Kinsey, died tragicly Allison Archey, John Campen, Cindy SIGNAL Cool and comfortable. Useful SPONGES for
{$ttvJune 13, may leave contributions Davis, Rhonell Estes, Glenn Friese, GILLETTE White or home 12 per and pack shop., f-! -
$ Lett's Country Store. Stefanie Hughes,Misty Koehler, Lena MOUTHWASHKills TTRACU BLADES 5ft tan. MODEL 6203 REQ. 69
g Recuperating Looney, Karla Rish and Cheryl mouth odors REO.$6.99 ,
wayne Kerschner returned home Thomas. Pack :5.
June 12 after undergoing a tonsilec- Mrs. Joyce: McMillan's 2nd grade. 24-02. bottle.
tomy at BradfordCounty Hospital. ., Tina Branham. Matthew Brown Tom i LIMIT 1, VINYL LUGGAGE -- GENERAL ELECTRIC

Raymond Willlamsii nedJhfedie "Ctwaingbarri, Amy Custer riatf... 9' cartrldg.E' ?'TOTE'a r,,,,,,BAG t
June --tl 'follo gfourys--Davis, yutpfon Ford, Billy M Fne, Billy ",styles 0.:13,99LYSOL A colas. Ch3O5A(5pru10Mikit .. :r. dY
hospitalization and treatment at the Jordan Rob Powers, John RahmC '(." gas REG. szsa -
Veterans;. Hospital in Gainesville. and Mark Rhoden. ;;ur LIMIT 1 PACK
Mrs. Arleen Rich's 3rd grade San-
Congratulations dra Friese, Shelly Carter, Debbie TOIL -
Best Wishes to Kad and Nannle TAMPAX
Helle Mindy Hersey, Tommy Len
Watterson who celebrated their Wed- i' HAIR SPRAY s DISINFECTANT _
Jones, Mark McKinney Sid Russell, TAMPONS LAMP
ding Anniversary June 17. 1aoz.aeroeol. Eliminate household Odor..
Andy Redding Karen Waldron and Boad40 Matte red and brass flnllJh2998V"tan.
,happy I Birthday to Michelle Kir5 -< Nancy Waldron. i 2 type. 2 typaa. 6-oz aerosol.' ,
LIMIT 1 7 9 PEG. $1.19 t
chaine who turned 9 years old June 17. Mrs. Mindy McLean's 4th grade .' UMIT 1 LIMIT 1 ."


I m; L Community News fl t 3 LADDER"step and side rail. QARITY SUPERDISPOZALITE LIGHTER
] ." \ Utllity ehNt. Hundreds of dependable lights
\. 1588 REO.619.96a Adlustable/ flame
$ by Elizabeth G.Walker 3 p.m. All members are Invited to'at JOHNa0Naa0HNONBABY KIT T.LADDtNt Ogg LIMIT 1
tend. Rev W.M. Feguson will preach. Steps. REQ. 67.9
Phone 9&4-66H3 SHAMPOO arWh-dn artificial
j The Church of Prophecy 1114 Oak fingernail kit.
Meeting of Concerned Citizens Street. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn Plastic 11-oz.NaasL bottle, Easy to apply. I Lee:MalSSK2LIMIT r-v_ : [ BRAKE PRESTONE FLUID h.h. ASSORTED SIZE
The regular monthly meeting of the ing Worship 11:30: a.m. Evening Worship i LIMIT 1 1 -- -- For disc or drum brake Choo.SCRATCH from 3" x PADS S"

Concerned, Citizens will be held 6:30: : 12-oz.can. 4" 6' or 5" x 8",
Thursday, June 28, in the cafeteria of Attention: Family portraits 11X14 499 9 REG. $1.S9 r aOREO.1I5'
R.J.E.: complex at 730.,: All citizens Saturday. June 23, at the Church of 3'1 EACH
Prophecy 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Cost Is .
art invited to attend.
495.. For information call Sister Ed- 10. ESS AMYarISr.N.xa__.______. A
The Masons are observing St. '- r
Jo n'.. Day for Lodge No. 26, at na Thomas at 964-7938. z u T. CALIFORNIA-TTT-Tln ""P"-V"a'a' 6 1 1i

Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church s Sunday LAWN REDWOOD
Church; at 2 p.m. The Masonic Family School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 Redwood slats FURNITURE 11 j
Isinvited:: to be present. a.m. Evening Worship 4 p.m. VISUAL SCENESUNGLASSES weight aluminum on frame.light- POWER MOWER t
Carver Lodge No. 89 will observe New Bethel Baptist Church i Choir'' Chaise has multi-position/ 22"CUI. 3.11 H.P.Briggs
their St. John Day at Antioch Baptist rehearsal 3:30 Saturday. Sunday Lwge ortment 0- back. Both (old for and Stratton engine/ iseep'
Church Sunday, 3 p.m. All the School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 of latent fashion a styles VIVITAR3SEF forage.. recoil start '
sisters are asked to be present. The 'a.m. All members are asked to .for ledlee. A men. : CAMERA CHAIR REQ.$14.90 height.Adjustable Cutting
public is invited to share in the follow cooperate with the other activities. St. and lightweight,ha* 1188 REO. $t 58.88 r j
ing: The Bradford County Christian John's Day 2 p.m. Evening Worship 25OFFREGULAR 79| SI buuUWfel flaah with 13888
Missionary and Christian Society will 5:30.Ebenezer:: PRICERPOLI.EDEEP ,ulomttlc; exposure control. CHA".REG.128." +
Easy to load and use,
sponsor a county wide Vacation Bible Baptist Church: Thurs
School July 16-20 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. day 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting and Bible REQ. $88 99 2388
Provisions are being made for classes Class. Sunday School 9:30.: MCGRAW EDISON
from pre-school through adults. We Free Canaan True Church of God In HEAT 56-INCH GALAXY j. .GRASWIP.
are asking as many as possible to participate Unltyi Prayer Band Meeting Monday MASSAGER" CEILING 8MOKEY JOE Easy to hand/trims/ dot
!In our Vacation Bible School '6 p.rri. Tarrying Service Wed 7 p.m. .Infra-red heal and FAN BAR-B-QUE GRILL and around! punters' bees *.
m..g. Whisper quiet motor, shrub Use
provided from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.July Friday Church service 6 p.m. Sunday for temporary relief of 4 blades and pull Porcelain. Bni /. line. REQ. SU.99 mono ;
15. School 10 a.m. Morning Service 11 minor achy and pain.4 chain MODEL 5"P"iuataJle drafts.. -
a.m. Evening Service 8 p.m. attachment" MODEL NO. 815"' diameter, 17V 128
Three In One Sunday'' School Convention' begins 10A4. REQ. $14 99 .- REQ. $e8." high. BEO. $28."

On July 4th we will celebrate our Saturday! June 30 through'July 1. All' : .' '.: 23?
Society's anniversary, present 'members. are asked to cooperate. 118OUNDESION": .!. .. 7499
graduation members momento to Antioch Baptist Church: Thursday --- 'MELNOR
Horace Griffin one of our members 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting. Saturday 7:30: IGLOO SPRINKLER
and a short program for our country 'the-Union Choir will meet. Sunday ICE CHEST 2S-0T. Give..vsnwater dla. '
birthday. This program will take School 10 a.m.: Morning Worship 11 AC/DC 'gVE READY AA"or"AAA" Irlbutlor 'allhy deep.

place from 0 to 8 p.m. July'4th.. The. .. a.m.'St.; John's Day will be observed AM/FM RADIO ALKALINE ".J-toWedrthlgH)'-. Removable density. 8510 rooted REO.wasi.$7.MODEL '
place will be announced later. d"1 by Carver Lodge No. 89 at 3 p.m. .Slid ru.tuning r with LEO BATTERIES ,.-;- 2refta"Ba' .. ""
W' are reminding\ alt members of Mt.PtegalsA.M.E-Church. j Sunday Indicator, built-in AFC The best longeMlaaMng 499.IN. .
our singing engagements on the 4U1 'School '10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 elide awKch for band,,0ter'tlOf1eaM.'fCllumecon.- power uu.jfEO.61.69 1488

Sunday. June 24 In .Starke'T' and.. .June. .m..Evening Worship 6 p.m: .. Pack of Z.
Greater A.MlE.: ,frol.NO.227sREO.tp14f)688Y' .
30 \In Jacksonville. Allen Chapel' _1- .
Leila Buie, Erika Banks, Anthony 'tanrcltt Dinners win be sold from the *,: -...: $ REEL ZEBCO 202 %- .. IO-ril. .
Brown and Weendett Chandler 'enJoyed kitchen: ,Saturday: Sunday School 10' 19 99 ,ASS a ROD: GARDEN HOSe
the Vacation Bible School they' 'a.m. Morning Service II a.mw\th\ the ..I ,. covers spring Dwo.r_R.W.i
attended at St. Paul Baptist Church, LlrYfIla'Club..from Jacksonville par'ttcipatmg -Jt: I r JSkESPimt. reinforced Meth! lire
Newberry. June 11-15. Mn.s le Irs the services. Mr: Joe '. ,r,,. COrd. PEG $14"8 ,
1 White one of the Missionaries of' Cofcb.."president Sunday 3 p.m.. All {vu fJtt I I. :49s 1'oaa \
Women's Convention and Auxiliary far 'mere ere are asked to cooperate!! with fl, 'PHOTO SYLVANIA .
Mt. Sinai AssociationWar the directtor. 'the) Fellowship ot'C1urdued'at'Mt. a r FLASHCUBES I : .. "'" -..,
Mrs Maurice' White and'Misg' "Ma 4ah.: 8 p., n. Sunday1.the Spiritual'JUrIlQnalr. !Blue Dot .
Francis Jenkins'were Among the' .. Singers group of' I REPRINTS I I 3 cube.
several teachers,participating: ui this Jacksonville, : : *!!sponsor'a program \FROM YOUR" n ,?rtLnPerp :SALE PRICES.GOOD!

Bible School program/; : -.'" : 'To behalf took rater All member dutyr I' PAVORITECOLQR, ., -w THRU SAT.-JUNE 23 a "r I
linked to 'and do your ,... 0() I I OPEN TODAY A.M.III 9 P.M. 7 .
I' Bring In your tt1.
Church Activities In making the activity a success.Free.adm43slon .. color negative 1IHd" I OPEN SUNDAYS ?
Pleasant Grove United Methodist ,".., lathe singing.Born < .,...a.passesty. 10 A.M. Ul7 P.M.
Church Activities began Tuesday' TfI :.F'1n.; Church of The Llv* rctr ..clmpryesKdd.ktpaper.. ., ,----8M4-4MIJI_. e"
Choir rtflCarsalJ '.C ar1l'HdaY8:30BibleS: ttuly.Fri: '
with' the Young Adolt: a ------------- -
pert:>Wednesday*busin *westing**liII'day _.mImt'Service. Sunday'' I :
feas held at 7:30. Tonight (Thursday) School 10:30na'Worahip: 1130.! I Ii

i Bible Study at 7.p.*", .Sunday School J ,6 R-I'J! YPCW.?.Evening.Service 7 p.m' '

f'inly.Sunday,. 'I* .-.i---. ., "' ",..* 'I' ::885FoR'hrCoupono.odTluvSst, .
S united"Meitddii l I
J Mt. Morl > '
activitiesbegan" JAb at :ttwo-ttilrds of the ;

{Church Wednesday: i Weekly at 7:30: with Choir rehear- ,,weight of a. man's body is i t E ctlear

(rial. Sunday: School 9?3X>: 'Tbe wmr. u ;, ; i r :
FellowshipChurches wiU be held atKc J ,, t 8'31 'Walnut"
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iii More................. (from page i) School Board Decide&. Grade. Allocations+ \ .

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In other action the board: hallway areas can then be used In has In the BMS'project fortWrepalr; -Approved a 9tlA St Araw fay Treat
other areas for which tile would have to fix the problem."I'd C sJ* *" m on YO-
Agreed for architect Craig Salleyto had to be purchased. The change will rather not tooeto.Uttf Triest tech Addition way.>
seek approval from the State save time and some $10,500, and the .said but agreed to .torfet ate theleaks
Department of Education on a change school board gave its approval.Got and get a cost estimate back to Approved aa application for the
order In the middle school walls construction BMS walls project contractor the board. BSEA Title 1 renMdial program for
y to save time and money. Ernest Triest to reluctantly: agree to .grades K-S. Supt. Casey ibo noted
The BMS job must be substantially Investigate the cause of the leaking -Set a special meeting next Thursday those grade leveli lso m' ive$57 per 0
S completed while school Is out this middle school roof. Supt. Casey turn- June 28 at S p.m. to close out the child,enbancemet money from the
t summer. The change Is to allow corridor ed to Trlest after Operations Super"visor current fiscal year state this next yfar.
walls to stop at ceiling height Leonard Register said two different
Instead of going through the ceiling as companies recommended -Decided no summer school will be -Approved an application for an
l in the original plans. It may make the coatings to stop the leaks but would held for grades K-8 after onl&seven; ESEA Title project of _757 to
d+ classroom noise from the hallways offer.no guarantee.Both more applications were received- over begin a television instructional pro'gram
slightly more, but Salley said he architect Salley and Triest the original 40. Curriculum Super for next term. Supt. Casey said
doesn't know if the noise level would said the only solution they are willingto visor Lucille Payne recommendedthat the school system can buy a new
even be noticeable The SDE has told attempt is to install expansion action to the board. There will be unused hour-long video for$20 send it
Salley the change can be made If new ,joints where the joints In the roof are credit courses taught at the high to the State Department of Educationand ,
fire rated ceiling tile Is used, the architect leaking. Both cautioned It will cost school this summer, and vo-tech have an hour-long program dubb-
said. The tile from the much more than the $4,000 the hoArdiJi classes will go on as usual. .. ed onto It. That will save the school
-,* buying the programs and programs
earAalraNaO I.N -Received no valid bid on gasoline, can be dubbed traction of the cost of
and authorized the superintendent to the original programs Casey pointed
negotiate with the current supplier, out.
iJi, Register Oil since Register has the
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'II"S war ww.rr.rww/wwlwer. a 30 >0 6 00 Mon Frt a'00 to 4-00 eat STWXI; MUTM SOtVJttMm In recent raid of a farming operation. The young plant has little
KM value, but Denton says the mature plants would probably net growers about
S S $Zoo each.
'. :; z a, n $4000 3000 '10000Ir1n. -

20% OFF- I Deputies Harvest Pot PlantsA

marijuana plant, such as the Immature near the Keystone landfill, off SR-100
On All Tires In Stock one Deputy Don Denton Is about eight miles south of Starke. It
.$,F rwql holding is not worth much, makingthe 'was not an easy place to get to, as
/ Ja F O '. 600 plants Denton dug up Monday evidenced by Demon's dlsleveled ap
Vl1 We Service All Sizes From near the county landfill worth pearance Monday afternoon.It .
w somewhere around $500. took the would-be gardner plenty
If allowed to grow to maturity, the of effort to get his pot patch set up In
rt :4 t u, Bicycle Tires nri Skidder.ft same plant about mid-August when the woods,Denton says Each of the
) 1Lrlr' YtI GALE around eight to 10 feet tall, would be 600 marijuana plants were set out in
Large. Tractor TiresGERALD'S worth around $200. That makes the gallon cans. There was also a bed of
marijuana patch of 600 plants worth small plants. There was fertilizer and
), $120,000 or more. bags of soil aerator substance.All .
See what a pot party Deputy Denton the paraphernalia was in a lent
c v'.E. X10 i .e A w FilA wrecked. pitched on the site.
rWwrNrom It was the sixth marijuana patch It was too difficult for the Sheriffs
/ th.P.opl.who. Hwy 301 South the Sheriff's Department has pulled Department to haul the stuff out of the '
., t28S.Walnul 884.8288car. deep woods so it was destroyed on the
Stark ; this pot site, Denton said,except for the marijuana -
woods plants brought back to the
county jail as evidence.
Denton said no arrests are expected
from Monday's haul.
8"15831'I "They had a nice crop. They had
really gone to a lot of work to get all
that stuff hauled back into those thick (
: woods," Deputy Denton says.
Only arrests made this summer
I during the confiscation of plants was
:of ;': the charging of Bill Wayne Price and
,. .L his wife, Dorothy,with manufacture.
? ..iII ., ,". Agents walked right up'whiia'Price
;" was on a tractor cultivating his marijuana
,. patch on a leased home on Bes-
sent Road near Starke. Price jumpedoff
.' 1, ..41 the tractor and ran. Wiley Clark, I
,".'. investigator for the state attorney's
\ office, gave chase. 11
'<.< "Stop or I'll shoot," yelled Clark
who wasn't carrying a weapon. Price
fell down into the bushes and was ar
The case of the Price couple has not
yet come up In court.Graham .


Just ONE of the good things about Jim Walter I More WarrantsGov. Signs

Yes mortgage money Is only ONE: of the good things Bob Graham has signed two
about Jim Walter you don't need itlll??! There are more death warrants, but area
many, other good things but,, since the scarcityand residents doubt the executions will be
many mortgage money is in the news almost scheduled.carried out at 7 a.m. June' 27 as

every day we know it is especially important to you. Attorneys for Charles Proffitt and '
So here are.some encouraging facts about mortgage Robert Sullivan Indicated they expect
financing.First stays of execution to be ordered,
of all;Jim Walter has PLENTY of mortgage financ- Graham signed the two death war
ing dollars to build new homes for his customers. In rants Tuesday less than a month
after the warrant which
addition., and this Is of vital
importance to you when authorized the execution of John
Jim Walter provides mortgage financing there are WO Spenkelink on May 25: Spenkelinkwas
closing costs and NO "points"to inflate the cost to you. the first man executed in' the
You'll also be happy to know that there is no "third United States against his will since
party" red tape or delay. Credit approval is almost 1967 and the first in Florida since 1964 '
INSTANT instead of the usual weeks or even months when two men died In the electric
so that construction can begin as soon as possible. chair. .
Florida State Prison, located on the
When you choose Jim Walter as your builder, we'll western edge of Bradford County,
finish your home to almost any stage, from the shell up drew national attention In May when
to 90% complete. You tell us where to stop then add the execution was delayed from May
BONUS SAVINGS by doing some or all of the Inside 23 and then carried out.About 100 protestors
MADISON- 4 aW/vom.2 Btihm finishing. Do it yourself Make it,a family project: Or against capital'punishment
maybe you have friends and neighbors who can help 'gathered imum across SR-16 from the'the max-
security prison
you with the more difficult jobs. But the more you can Spenkelink was electrocuted, .
do for yourself, the more money yowl save. It's the Jim A large press corp also gathered in
homes built on your property to Walter way for you to have more home for !less money that cow pasteur to record the'In.
and it works! cidents of the day. FSP Supt.Dave

So; if you own property and want to build a new home prior Brierton to the met execution.with the Hels press charged daily
any-stage of finish from with payments you .can afford come to where the .with setting the execution date after
money is:,Come to where you can choose from more warrant Is signed designating a week
than 20 low cost homes. Come to where you can cut when an execution is authorized.
the shell to 90% complete. 'normal building costs simply by doing'some'of your Prof f ltt,33,'has been on Death Row
up own inside finish work. Come to where you can get since 1973. He was convicted la Tam-
more home for less money. Come to Jim Walter Homes ,pa for the stabbing murder of high
for complete information and the cost of school wrestling coach,,Joel
building on.
your property,.Call stop by or send the coupon to our _Medgebow. Medgebow was stabbed,
while he with his
slept wife
WE DO IT RIGHT nearest display'. park. Lets talk todaylll!)! WE, DO IT Sullivan,31,was sentenced; to death: \I
,. RIGHT!!! for the shooting death Of, Donald ,
Schmidt, a Homestead motel I
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm manager, In 1973. Sullivan robbed "
Jt FREE FULL-COLOR CATALOG! IH Schmidt. gunpoint and then1',.took.
him to the Everglades where he was 1

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him out ul first, KryMunr look the lirt.1 gum bur dru|>|>rd the M-cond

Heights' American "We've got our sights on winning the not be back until Friday, consequently never looked back as hurler Carl Hag-
Legion Post 202 baseball team won .. league championship." missing tonight's game with glund held Jax to one run with five
two double headers and split two twin Keystone went Into Tuesday's double Jacksonville Post 137. hits. two strike outs and only one
bills in six days as they tipped their header against Palatka with one "When Toby's in the lineup t figure walk
t league record to 7-3 in pursuit of first- league loss to Deland's two league' he'll eel{ us a couple of points per Tommy Honour scored first after
place Deland's Legion Post 6, now losses. Deland had played 10 league game?' McCullough said. he was hit by a pitch, advanced to second
122. games, so Post 202 and Deland were Keystone hosts Post 137 for a double on Toby Pillow's sacrifice bunt
neck-and-neck in the standings. header tonight Thursday.( ,June 21)1 at stole third on a passed ball and ran
Coach John McuHough this Deland beat Jacksonville Post 137 6. Next game is slated for 2 p.m home on a wild pitch. Marc Pridgen
next week will have a great effect on Tuesday in both games of a twin bill Saturday at Jacksonville's Post 233. chalked up run number two Just
how Post 202 comes out in tournament while Keystone took the split with moments later when Eddie Dyal's

standings which determine where the Palatka. Now Deland has edged I'ullltka I.Kry Hlour 1 (Tues)'' sacrifice hit brought him In.
conference championship tourna- ahead a bit and Keystone must play Palatka hadn't won a league game Richard McDavid scored again in
V ment is held. The first-place team at catch-up ball for the elusive first- before Tuesday night when they the fourth after he made it to first on a
f, ( the end of regular season has the place standing. caught Post 202 asleep. fielder's choice and made a trip
prlviledge of hosting the tournamentand Keystone's Toby Dillow was off in Palatka got on the boards In the second around the diamond while Jacksonville -
McCullough says he wants to Orlando for the high school .North. when lead-off batter Owens was lost the strike zone and sent
have that home field advantage, South All-Star Game and Mc doubled In from second by Wendell Honour, Dillow and Pridgen walking
"This week' going to be critical," Cullough says he could have been a Shef ield. Post 45 scored one more in for free bases.
McCullough said Tuesday night. great help Tuesday night. Dillow will the third inning when Werkhciser got Keystone moved farther ahead in
the fifth as Chuck Dickinson walked,
on with an error to tight field and
Owens drove him in with a double. stole second and came on In behind
Hayden led off for .Palatka in the the power of Sam Sibley's single.
Toby ]Dillow :Pitching fifth with a single which turned into Dillow got on first In the sixth whenJax's
an error, giving him an( extra base.Degeyter's rightflelder dropped a fly ball. :
bunt advanced 'flayden to He stole second moments later and
A ialiM'sx; 11I1'1'0,118 runner' 'Wllt'lhr Ihrnw uhe Mole" third bane In last Thursday third and Parkinson's single drove went home on Pridgen's single.
'II Kr.tMimr-fiiiliipHtillv double hrudrr. Post 137's lone run came in the bottom .
him in. Werkheiser hit a fly to right
In North-South GameLake
field, also in the fifth, driving in of the sixth when Billy Gay doubl
Degeyter for Palatka last run of the ed, went to third on a fielder's choice
and scored on Wiggins' double.
Butlet's Toby Dillow, pitching 202, left Tuesday for the Florida game. NAan4N INN/N111
ace for Union County High for the last North-South High School All-Star Post 202'slone run came in the bot- K_ MllH'LI1we.kltw.
three years and current hurler for Baseball Game being held today .tom of the fifth when Clark Stovall ./..,...",.
t I Keystones! American Legion Post (Thursday) at Tinker Field in Orlando singled, Shaun Pritchard walked, and J1I OMHMM' (IK),KY(11)),Wqk.I. (n.
51i5A7e1al Marc Pridgen hit an Infield single to'
RECAPS ----.......... load the bases. Eddie Dyal's fielder's
) choice to third sent Stovall in.
pillow was nominated by Northeast Keystone 6 Jacksonville! S Sun)
Coaches and chosen Grady Bostic threw four inningsand Jacksonville came back for the second -
FAprida bycoaches
With Trade In All Popular Sizes Scott Allen came in with no outs
from all over North Floridaas game Sunday hoping for a split
the board in the of the fifth.
t one of the North's pitchers. He on top and it took ten innings to find a win-
"We real Hat the first
were game
i COMPLETE LARGE helped lead the Tigers to Regionaland Post 202 coach John McCullough said ner.Eddie
District championships this year, "It's kind of disap- Dyal scored the first run of
Tuesday night.
winning 11 games and losing four witha the game when he walked, stole second
AND HEAVY EQUIPMENT 2.30 earned run average pitchingand pointing to play like we did tonight.You're and third and went home on a
going to have a bad game
I playing center field and short. passed ball. Jax came right back In
every once in a while and I hope that'swhat
TIRE the bottom half of the same Inning
stop.His three year record tat, UCIIS was ,......we tiino-i4 when Wiggins got to second with a
34-10. ..,,_ _.ItU fielder's choice and went all the way
Road Service Available w.y_,.11.I..a.k. home on an error by Post 202's second
, F'4 "I hope they give me a chance to If-OkklMwi" pl( ), Ow..('I| ss.r....(te). baseman.
( Evening Service Available pitch down there,"said Dillow,one of Keystone8-Palatka I (tTues i Jacksonville Post 137 moved aheadIn
*; 18 North players who practiced twiceon Post 202 went errorless to'takeTuesday's the third when Billy Gay walked,
eat Wednesday and once.today before.: second of the double stole second and was singled In byTillmenYJamovedfartheraheadin
/ APntV alah .. *CtB gam ..,....!+I haven't: been,,throwing'strikes -. bifl;-ffurTef'Mike"mclfilydsotrWehtthe came: "'" *
lately (In American Legion the fourth when Carter walked, stole
whole for Keystone with
r '.. play)"so I hope I'm throwing good by nine strike outs game and only two walks. second,was bunted to third and walked
'SEA-VIC- then. In with the bases loaded.
Dillow also has been named North The scoring began quickly asPalatka's back and
Keystone came got one
; : ..., 'n" '.' "","'"' ''' ''''''' ''' ,.J' "'" ,."., ....,.. .....,J JI Florida's District Most Valuable first, stole second second and batter was singled in to ahead in the top of the fifth when
TIRE CENTER Player by the Florida Coaches Werkheiser. That'was' Palatka's Tommy. Honour and Toby Dillow
Toby Dillow from Union High and Association, and was, picked for the by came back right walked. Marc Pridgen singled to advance
I I Legion Post 202 has been picked to AH-Suwanee Conference team and to only run. Keystone them a base each. Honor and
when Keith Northrup was
104 Brownlee Starke 984.8801 pitch for the North In the high school the Gainesville Sun's 2nd team All- singled to second by Dickinson and Dillow both scored on a caliber's: er
North-South Area unit
game went home on Shawn Pritchard's ror.

------- single.
Pridgen moved around the bases
Post 202 chalked up two more runs
walked and stole home on a passed ball.
In the third Northrup
Jax went ahead in the bottom of the
stole second and went to thirdon
again fifth when Tillman doubled and wentto
State Bank
Community Pritchard's fielder's choice to I
third on an error while Wiggins got
short stop which ended up as an error,
second and Carter singled them In.
Pritchard first. Grady
putting Bostick singled Northrup in, Eddie Toby Dillow kept Keystone In the
walked to load the,bases and game as he got a free walk home. He
Offers Transfer Of Dyal
Richard McDavid walked, sending walked, then stole second and third.
While Dillow was on third, Dickinson ,
Pritchard in for another run.
scored again in the fourth was at bat. With a 2-0 count.Jackson-
ville decided to walk Dickinson. The
: when Pridgen walked, advanced to catcher to the side for the Intentional
Interest On Money second after Dickinson walked, move jumped
wide and the
and pitch
ed to third on Bostick's single free
(_fFCTIVmlUIL. __..._ nnnn_ Yi.ld..___ stole home on a wild pitch. With called a balk, giving Dillow a
Dickinson and Bostick on base,Eddie walk home.

Market Certificates 6-Month Money Market CertificateMO,000.00 Dyal and Pritchard walked, driving Dickinson in the bottom came In of with the tenth the winningrun frame
Dickinson In for Keystone's run
when he walked and Northrup doubled -
him home.J.ck,1I1e .
Dickinson scored again
Federal Regulations Require A Substantial Interest Keystone in the bottom of the sixth lOIUnodOOtilKcyilOM ,
when he walked,went to third on Prit- 100030 100 :
: With Some Money Market Certificates, Penalty For Early Withdrawal' And Prohibit CompoundingOf chard's double, and stole home whenPalatka's WP.Slov ll. LPCa.rlw.2BNorlhruplKl.. .
catcher overthrew the ball
Interest During The Term Of The account. Rate to the pitcher.
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Effective Thursday June 21. 1979 Thru '_ 1S335 I W1 Quincy Post M got off to a quick
/ .Ir.-.. start with a run In the top of the first
I Six Months. Now Community State Wed. June 27. 1979 f4r.kk.d. (tit). inning but Post 202 came back to
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I header.Saturday afternoon, June
[ | Bank Will Transfer Interest ;;,. c Keystone 5 Jacksonville 1 (Sun) 16.Quincy's l
; Keystone visited Jacksonville Post first run came when y
: 137 with the intention of beefing up Its Johnny Riley stole home on a passed ?'
. : I Directly To Your Regular Savings COMMUNITYSTATE league record and did Just that. ball and their only other run came ?
, Keystone got cranked up in the top when John Randolph was singled In
: of the third scoring two runs and by Riley In the sixth.
!+ S : f Account Monthly. So You'll Be Earning Keystone's turn came In the bottom

I, :;; of the third when they busted open.the

| Interest On Your InterestCom pounded BANK game Bob with femme four led quick off with runs a walk and

l. ;: o.c,;: moved to second when Sam Sibley's
'Daily. "' grounder was booted by the shortstop.

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:" 11,("". a pitcher was bobbled, loading the
< bases. Marc Pridgen's RBI single

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.1 when the catcher couldn't hold on la a
nowl y i)*fH .MIUS-'I.O| >P* r pitch and Keith Northrup's sacrificefly
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';" ;, Kllt-QJacyl Bob Hemme singled in the bottomof Kit pitcher Mike Richardson: threw 1-- -
.;.r Quincy scored two quick runs in the the second went to second on a all seven innings. Ills record is now trwrn..4*MMM.
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in of the Inning third on a passed ball and scored aI4.q ( .
rack up tare rum and never looked when the Quincy catcher erred again -- ( otlkM..U4.
back In the second game of thedou Toby Dillow walked stole second: ,and MIMMdrw Ip
scored on Pridgen's RBI single.
With alt. Marc Pridgen and 4.Kill
Chuck Dickinson hit back to back Richard McUavid led off the bottomof hard throwing held
singles. Richard Mcl>avid walked the filth with a single and Northrop one run as Post 18 came
and Pridgen cored when theQuincy walked soon after. Shaun Pritchard Keystone up the double header.
catcher couldn't hang on to a pitch. hit to the pitcher who erred and runs in the really well the first!
Keith Nort rap's hit roUed around in McDavid scored while Northrup went premier Gainesville's we didn't do too good the '"
front of the catcher who overthrewfirst to third. Slbley's sacrifice fly to any time you can beat r I
and Dickinson and McDavid center field sent Northrup home for 14. three out of four times riLvi1p "):

scored on the mistake. the eighth and final run.NEED Keystone's be happy" said Keystone Mr-.."..... .'.. 'l"\, ",
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i GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST Suns, Hulks, and RascalsWith

SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE SUN names like Zonkers. Bubbles c :

Zeros. Snick era, Rascals and
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CLASSIFIED SECTIONO :: Fry Softball can be serious about their ,
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include these teams: Small Fry- I,
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"4"rJ itW' Tiger Athletes Recognized... '

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",, Sprinter. Irvin George, Best in Field Softball: Dawn McDowell, Moat
Union County High School top Events. Dwayne Dukes, Best Valuable Player. Rhonda Scaff. Best I
athletes for iyn-19 were recognized In Distance Runner. Defensive Player.
a school assembly program at the end ", .. -----
of the school year. .J r., ,: ri";. OJ t
In addition to those students. receiv > H'
ing a letter In individual sports. the
I. following received special recognition.
+' 'r., ,C e dq4rM
Football: Michael Dukes Most
Valuable Back In Conference Most
4trlr "" >1",1 Valuable Defensive Lineman in Con
; ; ference, All Area. Second Team All
Slate. Joey Norman, Offensive
Lineman of the Year in Conference,
All Area. Toby Dillow, Defensive "
Back of the Year in Conference. .
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I sal Spring Football: Ed Varnes, Most

Improved.Basketball: Leandrew Pringle,
Most Valuable Player, All Con
tt ference. Joe Jenkins. Best Re-
V4. V4 c t bounder, All Conference.
Girls Basketball' Ann Biddix,Most
f sive Valuable.Player.Gail Rogers, Best Defen-

Baseball: Toby Dillow, Most 4i
Valuable Player, All Conference, Se-
cond Team All Area, District
Representative to the North-South All
Star Game. Jon Pritchett Most
Valuable Player, AH Conference, Se-
cond Team All Area. Larry Fleming,
Best Bat, All Conference. Tommy
Honour Best Fielder All Conference,
All Area. Ronnie Pinkston, Most Improved I
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II .. Krystoiie'H" Roy Griffin feign a baseball" scholarship with Cullnugh look on. McCullough a former Stetson" player Welghtllfllng: Larry Fleming Paul ,,' 1' r -,-,"
Stetson University' all bin parent and recruiter John MeE couched Griffin In American Legion" baseball last year.Keystone's State Johnson Champion, State,All Runner-up.Conference. Tim Metal Culvert Pipes For Driveways And Drainage :.

Holmes, State Champion, All Con- "*' ft1
ference. Dean O'Steen, Fourth in Specializing' In Mitered End Sections And Elbows t
I State Runner- i
State. Jimmy Norman,
Roy Griffin Signs with Stetson? up. Tony Roberts Sixth In State. .!- f>"
v Tennis Carolyn Griffis, Most Direct'From'
Buy Manufacturer And Save
A..V :t Valuable. Dionisio Britton, Most
3' Former Keystone High and The signing marks the first time a think he will give us some immediate Dedicated.
id American Legion pitching ace Roy Keystone High player has ever signeda pitching help.?' t Dwayne Mallard, :'
'Griffin signed a baseball scholarshipwith baseball scholarship with a major Griffin plans to major in physical Most Improve ; Free Delivery
Stetson University Saturday, university. education and go Into coaching. ';t,: Track Larry Fleming,. Best : 'J I ,' ';"
:--; J.une IS. .: .
; ; "I want to give pro ball a shot and 4Fr -" Lake Butler, Fla. 498-2013
graduated' from Keystone '
that was big factor in choosing Stet- '
I'rilfln' and still holds several pitA son," Griffin says. "I can get a good 't ,":;,,':.k';M, I,' :
there. He had 13 wins .. -----
education and at the same time get .
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the experience needed for a pro l"'I\'t'': : '
:$: career. Stetson plays one of the best '
i American Legion Post 202's
schedules in the (last
: country year
Player in 1978 when he
Stetson played eight teams that got ?
mwas to six a wins second and a place.377 batting league NCAA tournament bids) and I'll get a No Financial Institution Insured by an.Agency of the United States
chance to see how I measure up
| against the best college competition. Government is Authorized to Pay a Rate of Return in Excess of the
jjtgr1'Griffin played for South Georgia /
j _College in 1979. Stetson signed him Stetson head coach Jim Ward has Interest Being Paid by Guaranty Federal Savings. .
Tfcrafter recruiter John McCullough wat- been watching Griffin since he played ; ,
cased him play. Legion ball last summer. -

"I first saw Roy pitch in the league
; We are real pleased to jiave\ Roy" tournament, in Deland, last summer .' Market Certificates
.UMcCulIough says. "Stetson needs pit- and'Iwas really impressed with his', t : Money :
chlng and. Hoy can help right away. '"breakipgbalr'! Ward.l11y'S"'; Thefl he I> ,.
With improved pitching Stetson was hurt most all this year at South
:should contend for a NCAA tournament Georgia so we weren't real sure about .. j
I : bid. We feel Griffin will lie ableto him until we saw him at the ji'
contend for a spot in the starting Baltimore Oriole camp earlier this >
rotation." month. He was very impressive, I 1'1

I- Keystone's Greek Wins In JAGA I 1


Keystone Heights golfer Steve dies, two double bogies and three ,. .' "1: ,- ,
Greek fired a one under par 71 at bogies. Despite the double bogies he t.
Willow Lakes Golf and Country Club managed to snap back. each time with .. "
in'Jacksonville Monday June 18, to birdies. JO .;' I
win the Junior Division by five This was Greek's best round in tour Per annum* .
strokes in the Junior Jacksonville nament competition and was the low >. I ,
Area Golf Association. score postedduring the 36 hole con
Greek's two game total of 15:1: (first test. 'f:
round played at Baymeadow Country "1 was real pleased with my score, ( l
Club in Jacksonville. June 15) threw although I felt 1 could have done bet L
him into a three way playoff for ter. The double bogies really hurt 1 I ___ ___ You can earn this interest rate on \
overall champion with Kobb Burns of me, Greek said.
Luke City and Hugh O'Neal of lie heads to Myrtle Beach S.C next Guaranty Federal's Six-Month i
'' week to In the Southern''
Jacksonville; Beach. compete
Ih dropped from the playoff withan Junior Championship at Bay Tree* j Money Market 'Certificates from \;
errant sand shot near the green on Country Club. The JAGA win I _
...the-first hole. qualifies him to compete in the Thursday, June 21, 1979 to
Jacksonville City Amateur Tourna-
:3a 'Tlie 15-year-old Keystone golfer's
::. 'and round consisted of fight b lII :- ,ment slated fop late September% "' a \ Wednesday, June 27, 1979, when i

..:!Sjji: Keystone Tourney Set This Weekend ,','w7''' you deposit 510,000 minimum in
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Keystone Heights Recreation moneymakers ol ,the year. Profits.;,, .'. this 26-week certificate account.
c'lat ion has set a weekend lourna- from the concession will go to KHA. '
for 13 out of. town baseball Anyone wanting to work in the con- Yield is an effective annual ,
itl1rnl* this weekend. June 22-24 Kri- cession this weekend may call Wayne
games begin at 7:30:: p.m. will Oonahoo" al 47U-IH72: fC '' yield and assumes reinvestment at t
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=3SfiHcl rda.v's games starling as 8 a.m. < .
*. ftiunday al II a.m.. Everyone' is urged to come on out' the same rate, however rate and ;, :
his is of .and watch the fun and the '
? one KHA's biggest stay dais ; '
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II f n IrS-.-5jHtegisteration. Pop Warner.Car.Wash Set beyond certificate's original :

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for'.football players the same time. cnarges win De: maturity.
mid cheerleaders for the Starke Pop wash $2: wash and clean interinr-S.V.:
Warner Football association wilt beheld wash, clean interior and wax $tu. In Federal regulations require a
: Saturday. June 2:1.: front 9-12 at mates from Lawtey Correctional In- IF
Community State Bank. A carwash stitute will be doing 'the work as a substantial interest penalty for
will also be> held at the bank at community service project I ,
.1: early withdrawals and prohibit ?

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Page4B June21,Il71 Keystone Soccer Clinic for Ages Six to 14 Final Registration

1 The Clay County Center for Com dribbling, kicking goalie play and Scheduled At
Green Machine Rolls in Tallahassee munity Education; will present clinicsin team strategy.
i ..,r soccer for interested people in Total cost of the clinic will be$1 and
: FeRegistration
the Keystone Heights area. Jerseys will be.provided. Deadline for Santa
IlilUmiale's Green Machine went to .Pensacola These clinics are for all children registration Is July..
Tallahassee Saturday and Sunday, CM: !'-Bray's.Bradenkm 17 GI\III.Duboine hit 1HR Crawfordwent !' between the ages of six and 14.Clinics Per further information call the for the Summer Term
June 16 and 17 and hit lOll home runs Carlton went &-5, with 4HR; ..ndStr.tton Stevens 4-4 Smith 3-4 was 2-4. IHR; (a 3-run will begin July 9 through.My 30 for Clay County Center for Community at Santa Fe Community Colege. Iii
and scored 217 points to win nine of 10 was 4-$, with 311R. hit in the; top of the seventh). session II. Education at 473-3011. scheduled the SP'CC office"iM..
i games and the Capital City Invitalional Smith had two catches over' the The clinics will include basic rules. ford High today, Thursday JJM
i I' Tournament. GM 33.Ray'17 and this enSfcfromep.m
from 8 a.m.to 3 p.m.
fence to save home runs. Randall .
led the machineIn
Tommy llannegan
Twenty-five teams from all over the '?
to 8
; south entered the tournament at 553 this game, going 6-8; Carlton balled McGee had one catch over the fence. Free Golf Clinic at KeystoneA There will also p.m.be registration
home runs were hit on a 275 foot field 5-4. 211R; Hazen went 4-4. 1HR; GM$.Joyful Acres.Jax 21 Monday and Tuesday June 25 aryl M
+ Ironically, the Green Machine's only 46 Eddie, 11tH.Douglas 2-2. IRK, Crawford Carlton H.2HR; Stevens 44.3HR, free Junior Golf Clinic will start you do not have to be a member the from B a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and Tuesday'
loss wa.ln the first game, to Ray's of Smith 2.5, 2HR; Tommy Austin 5-5, July Sin Keystone Heights at 10 a.m. Country Club to participate. evening from pm. to 8 p.m. -
ti Waldo. at the Keystone Golf and Country Classes begin Tuesday June 26 ana
2IIR Hazcn4S. "All youngsters are invited. said
GM: M D+ M Raring Jax 23: ; '
Ray's 29-CM 2ft Club ;!
on SR-21 south. Chillemi.adding that students will be run to August 15 i'
Stratton and Carlton both went
Four player proved la be big flicks in effect.All .
Lower summer rates are
GM I1-Joyful Acre Jax 13 required to purchase range balls during
3HR, Stevens was 3-5, 3HR Smith '
for the Green Machine In this game. was 4-5. 3HR. ; Carlton 4-4.3HRi; Stevens 4-4, UlRi; PGA golf pro Tom Chillemi will instruct the lessons. classes that are normally $14 per
Terry Mrallon. Ken Carlton lrnnl Austin 4-4, 1HR; Mike Hartley,2-4. the classes for boys and girls For more information phone credit hour are now$10 per crdit hPu'
C.a""ford and JohnnHI Smith all went 2HR. between the ages of 10 and 17 and says 4734540. .' : For more information, call the J Santa
i 15. with 3 IIR. I Fe office 964-5382. ;1sue I l''I i
CM S.Walkrr-Walker,Euialla, W -
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Smith went 2.3 with 2 IIR. Stratton ... ; ,
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,,r; seventh with a two run homer. .

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Carlton,3HR; Smith 3-4,2HRi; and ,, ," :.'::\1\"' '",,:,
i't Bobby Stevens 2-4; 2HR. y MAID '},, 1THRi1TY

r .: (1M27.Jerry'sCalerhigMlam113I Eddie: Hazen went 4-5 with 3HR: ; STEWED :
Stevens was 4-5,2IIR; Crawford went 3 $100
.; :\f" 5-5, 2HR, and Smith was 3-5.2HR.t. UL&L TOMATOES r

t. r!' THWTY MAW SAVE 1-
Starke Golf

:::' Championship JUla GRAPEFRUIT 2 R4a. $100 ARROW

The Club Championship golf MARTHA WHITI MUMUSIMO
tourney and dinner at Starke Golf and
Country Club have been set for this PLAN'

:. coming Saturday and Sunday June 5 L!.
23.24. Today (Thursday) is the
deadline for registeration. . 19c49oL88C
The tourney will follow the same eEEF pEO?
format as SGCC's Strawberry
tourney with scoring by medal play FRUIT .

ed.and by flights with club handicaps us. ;." .. .. .. .. .., ,... .. ., ..d '-', 2 ,..... $1 limit 1 with S37.SO w

Flights are as follows: 0-6 i rrc5.'C"\\ ; COCKTAIL CAN -= rrd."
(championship). 7-9. 10-12.) 13-15, lPIXj ,Ii' : g
16-18.19-21 and 22 and over being net.
Flight winners will receive trophies n"a" E t ? : PRICES GOOD YAP
and other prizes will be awarded in ." : '" .. ,
each flight depending on the numberof ",
entries.A DIXIWLRUNO ,
$15 entry fee covers one steak dinner
(additional dinners S3). Tourney FAMILY BREAD ,.; JUNE 21-27
play and the steak dinner are scheduled ;
for 7:30 Saturday night with a ./ SITTV CROCKER HAMSUROER OR
dance to follow for golfers and non 69
golfers TUNA HELPERS . ... "0.
20.02. $100
Club Pro Herb Ilerres said he expects 3 THRtPTT MAID OAROENSWEET '
about 50 golfers to turn out for ws' 1......
: $1pO
the tournament. Danny McKinney Is SAVE 3O1 PEAS . ..3 CANS
the defending champion. WMOtl MAIN DEEP SOUTH CRUNCHV OR SMOOTH

Breed . 2 l $100 HUNT'S PEANUT GUTTER . *;:,. 139

CivitanTournament MOt = CRACKR GOOD CANISTER

Herd Rolls 2 :S :: 79c Kr rCH UP SNACKS . . . 2 s $100

B'e' ina'Fri.. :' ',,,", ,'" a Mini'. 3rss-l:; : ? Co *;,:>:f'tII,. '.. .5:.;.;: wHdirfr?URPlE MAIO >' p\ :M... '9','. s $100

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The Civitan Club and the Starke Honey Buns 2 ACRAqp $))09 2-oi. 69e PORK( & BEANS . 4 -s $1.,
Recreation Dept. are sponsoring a HEINZ OENUINC "
Softball tournament for women's I IlL '.
Class A and Class B teams Friday DELL PICKLES . . iZ 99c
June 22, through Sunday, June 24. Saltines . 59 U"lt_2 with pNM"t7.10 w __
There are openings for 10 teams to 2....
enter. Florida Bank and the Dominosof CtAOdN OOOO OCOKHACrackers ...nn .ltt d... PRESERVES "AI' 8 c
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Starke have registered for the tournament .2 --i $109 f UQUD. -
as well as the Mechanics of V ...
Green Cove Springs and Skeeter's of .' ,
Gainesville.The J1J1.
/ .120s69c ,
first game of the double . THlflY MAID I K1

elimination. tourney will begin at 7 CENTRAL VALLEY LUNCHEON MEAT . -': 9Q
p m Friday Saturday's action
begins at 8 a.m.. and Sunday's finals 0 W/UMOH .. ,"\\I
start at I p.m.. 3 UTR! $ 49 QUANTITY RIGHTS TEA MIX 320 $1 9
.First second and third place team IDeS In. RESERVED ___ . . . SlZI
trophies will be awarded as well as 0 O O WINN-OOOt STOUt*. INC.COf _____ THavTY wino
individual to members of TWOMT- _
trophies the TOMATOES 2 Ss $1jo
first place team. A Most Valuable __ . .
Trophy will be awarded also. IUPOIaNc SHIIIITS 0a
Games will be held at Westside '
Park and there is no admission ICE CR 99 C
charge. There will ba a rummagesale ooeooooooo 0 OAU
at the ball park Saturday.

\' 1' .I OLD MILWAUKEE wn1aIAND _. $ :
Keystone Pop -::.-" -- 0 0 CIWI. _
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Warner MeetingKeystone Football ORANGE JUICE . o bp :!!

1WIN POPS()It ORCtN GIANT JiiiiIii.ie. ......
Recreation Association iii; I..... Wo' 99C Bssa Gala 1083C ... .f3c
(KRA)has slated a Pop Warner Foot. ,MaANE(0N01l4MQlJ J
ball meeting Thursday July 19.t 7:30 )It PMK oIEeN.au+r 'N

p.m Applications.!in the KH will Elementary be made cafeteria.availableat Llasit tw.lti&.r wfM $y.BO eP reHle; ; 6SUPIMMUMO raw. $13' Ir cc 1 7: : 83c PEPINIOW Con.'MMIIUPUMI..AIt'\I'h. "0; '9

this meeting but should be obtaineda "' L.uo- '. (MtCN OUNT fAN PARI .:
head of time at Richard's Burger cLPSlp. Ice 8 :0 69C Broccoli 83c C,co ar $1.'
Hut. Tasty Place, Keystone State Perty . .
Bank or Guaranty Federal.
Applications will not be accepted
after this date because physical ex rtKSONAl TOUCHREFILLS
aminations and other such criteria
will take place on July 20 and 21. .
Parents are urged to sign up their PEAK MYLANTA \& .
children for the Pop Warner football *
program here in Keystone. :;:; $129PIUOHM TOOTHPASTE LIQUID 1 5

Post 202 B Team TOUCH ,, .i .R. _' + RllEZEI QUIIII '

Split Pair DINNERS
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,. Keystone's American Legion B
team split a twin bill with
Gainesville's Northwest Boy's Club lain ** .IHOUtMWAMIUSTERMMT .
Friday June 15, winning the first AVI 2O* $1.
game 13-9 and losing game two 104. ,, .: 32....
:J Keystone.The double header was played in situ 49c ; PKa 79c

t;' .Wifuin? pitcher for game one. :or$119 i SAVE N O.
l I Mark Sabo. was supported at the I
I! Jennings (2-4) and Dale Furlong: '

\r. (2-4). I

Scott Stormer provided two bits for $1139 $'|99nco. 1
Keystone In the second game while = t
Scott Harvin pitched in the losing ef I PKO. .. '
fort. The B team contributed to their ,. .

..' own defeat by committing six errors.i I '

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,.' ,oedrunnen placed In competition at Track the Northeast Meet In ArM Jadtsonvllle AAU Jr.OlympiCS Wednes- day June 13. Five of the athletes will sec.) and discus throw m ft. 10 In.). 880 yard run (IJ>N.6) and sixth In the Tracy Hudson Knwy,M, of Hamp
go on to the association meet In Cindy Griffith 17. took first In the long jump (14 feet 4 Inches). ton died Wednesday evening In the
'I' ,.. winter Park on June 30. mile run with a time of 5:23. and Those who placed fourth or better in Bradford County Hospital In $Stark
Fourteen-year-old Donnie Bank another first In the 880 yard run with a the Jacksonville meet will to the Born in Monticello. Fla. on Dec. 11.IM3 ,
: ... UGJ13 D liJ1W ?qOD came back with three first place ribbons 2:33: .4 in the senior division Association meet In Winter go Park on Mr-Hudson formerly lived 'in
.: I ifrj In the Intermediate division (14 Richard Smith 18, placed first in June 30. Athletes who place first and this area before moving to Grand
'. "" and 13 yrs.), winning In the 100 yard the 880 yard run (2:09: .0) In the senior second at the association meet will go Rapids Mich., returning to Hampton '.
138 E. Call St. Starke Fla. 9645890Starke's dash (10.3 sec..), 220 yard dash .(24.1. boys' division. back to Winter Park for the state S month* ago he was employed as a
:': .4: : WflftW?> Wx'<*I::::C-)%:::i* ftw ;V: Lovetta Smith, 14, took first in the meet on July 14, and the first place printer by the Regent Press It
440 yard dash for Intermediate girls finishers In the senior division of that Publishing Company in Gainesvilleand u
.n Own Bakery ., Card Of Thanks with a time of 62.6 seconds meet will be eligible to go on to the was a member of the Jehovah' '.
Sixteen-year-old Johnny Badlllo( National AAU Track and Field Cham Witnesses
.1'<" S WK( WSfSSdW5SSS! WK took second in both Survived by his wife. Betty McCune
$139 the mile run pionship in Lincoln, Nebraska AugustII .I
:: :-Cinnamon Words cannot adequately express (5:17.1)) and two mile run (11:58.0). 12 and 13. Kinsey of Hampton; his father. Hudson -
Buns. 'I our deep appreciation for the many Richard Badillo, 14 took fifth In the Kinsey of Tampa, his mother
: kind and sympathetic acts that cam Dolly J. Dowling of Hampton; 1
.. .. .. ." Each. Dozen ,... daughter, Ruth and 3 sons Harry.
:1' '' '" to us.t the time of our recent?
"With belt,with ,
f bereavement. < "' a woman first thoughts are a man. 4 David and Tracy Jr.,all of Hampton;
r \ I brother Mullis Kinsey living In
The Tyler Family second thought" Italian Proverb
;- .... California; 1 sister Mrs. Jean
.: McDaniels of Hampton.
q;, .,<, h ." Funeral services were held at 3
I. in the DeWitt C. Jones
.... a Funeral
y ': Home Chapel at Starke with
Mr. Gilbert Crosley officiating interment
was in Santa Fe Cemetery


Mrs. Minnie B. Beard, 79 of 123

: MAKE IT W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF FROM THE BEEF PEOPLE. I II P Gainesville Parker St.Convalescent. Starke, died Center In Fri a

'WArantt day morning following a long Illness.
Born In Florence S.C. on April 15,
1900. Mrs. Beard moved to Florida
with her husband in 1941. and from
+t< Gainesville to Starke in 1947 She wasa
member of the First Baptist
Church The United Daughters of the
Confederacy and the Starke
D Woman's Club.Survived .
by her husband FrancisB.
THURS. WED. D Beard. I daughter Myldred B.Cut-
tlno of Starke I son Francis B.
Beard Jr of Wilmington N.C.: 1
JUNE 21-27 sister Christine Altman of Rich
mond. Va.; 3 grandchildren and 1
greatgranddaughter.Funeral !
services' were held at :3
." p.m. Sunday.June 17, In the DeWitt C. .
Jones Funeral Home Chapel with ,
.,.I W-D NAND USDA CHOICI SEEP NATURALLY AOCD 7-KDNI Rev Ben P. Bryant officiating: Inter
Chuck Roast *169SRANQ ,gyp ment was In Crosby Lake Cemetery
La. / .

BLADE CUT hit" Roast 179 Martin Ornl.7>
Martin Cerni,79. of Ft. Lauderdale
tp W-D MANO USDA CHOICE tilt NATURAL AOf SONS-IN died in the Broward Medical Center
CHUCK Wednesday.Born in Bohemia Den 13
Chuck Steak La. $189 1899. he came to the U.S. In 1900 and; j
lived in Jacksonville. California, and
ROAST WaD HAND! USOA CHOCt ttU NATURALLY AGED ROUND IONISh'laer Philadelphia before moving to Ft
$199 Lauderdale in 1947. Mr. Cern I was
Roast u. retired from the Universal Publishing
was a member of the Old
Trinity Episcopal Church In N.Y. City
Stew Meat -.7U1199 and was a member of the Radiant
$159 / Star Lodge No. 806. F 'A.M. in War*
minister. Pa. with over 50 years ser

;v LB. 4 4bf vice.Survived by his wife. Louise

Heiberger Cernl of Ft. Lauderdale.
I. and several nieces and nephews
... r 4 .'uneralservlct.'S were held at 10:30::
dNA a A J'S OSN ,, :..- am Saturday.tkjriflftiniheDjHlit
(."M r ,U'DA IN.P.CtlD C. Jones FuneWl 11riMI' aW in "
QUANTITY RIGHTS t Keystone Heights with Rev Fred O
RESERVED W-D BRAND PARE Yerkes officiating. Interment waN In
WINN-DIXIE STORES INC. Keystone Heights Cemetery. with
;t-COPYI.GHT-I919: GRO U N D Masonic Rites,
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Area Sports Roundup for Bradford and Union County and Lako Region' area- _

t Legend or Symbols: Women's .
I : I,1=one hit In Iwo at boll; 28-double; JB-lrlpl; "R=home run: lHR-In-
RS= scored: RBI=run boltedballn In; DD=bases on
: 4 tide the park home run run
,I (walks. Church

1i' Starke 3RBI; Ricky Bennett 3-4. HR. 2RBI; llerbie Whltter 2 Hits.RaifordWilbur .
: Charlie Green 2B. 2RBI; Jim Lewis Rogers 3.4.3 2B's; i i"Kfkr'
and Ellis Griffis 2RBI. Steve Richardson Jimmy Norman I
Men's and Bailes 2 Hits.
Open Rey
'I : Misfits-Lloyd Gilpin and Tom y

Waters is still ahead In the Men's Paladino IRS. Worthington 10-Ouk Grove 9(Thurs)
I ? Open league with 14 wins and no Worthington-Buddy Horton 2 Hits
f' losses. Businessmen of Starke is in Starke 3B; Kevin Graham, Buddy Guynn
second place with a 12.3 record. and Doug Crawford 2 Hits.
Oak Grove-Clarence Seay 3-4; Jim
+ Dixie Boys my Thomas. Delbert Smith and Billy
O'Steen 2 Hits.
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l3-Krbrlii9Mon) Merchants! 8-Civ Hans 3(Tues) /
f Misfits-Fred Wheeler 3-4. 2-2B; Merchants-Jimmy Schoening 2.2; KMClS-C'rrwNlKThurs I )
.'y John Ramsey 2.... UR. 3B; Randall John Bennett 1-2.3B; Jeff Taylor 12. RMC-Tim Jones 2IIR. 5KBI; Marvin
;, t Th. mas and D. Harley 3-4; Steve Cox Civitans-Scolt Hudson 2B. Tomlinson and Gene Kaulerson
3-4; Tim Whitehead 3-4, HR.
y t 311Ke.. !ls-W. Teston 3-4. 2-2B; Wade Olympians- "' .. (Mon) Crews-Carl Dmke 4-4 III{' Jerry ..r'vgy ...
4fx Winkl."2-3. 2-28; B. Norman 2.4.313; Olympians-Randy Parado 23. 2B; Whitehead 3-4. lilt. a "J A,"
a"'/ :I Mike Otskms hilt; David Gaskins Mike Waters 3-4; Clayton Norman P'i ". .. \
I., 2B and Andy Chaff 22. StarkeDY ,' v
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,. Markr 'Iu"ln"lI"nu'1I191.1 2 \ *Flrrbirdn0 0 (Thud)
f I Mon) Merchants-Emmett Watkins 3-3 MinorThe .... ., '
Starke Businessmen-Dale Haas 2B. 3B; T. Pierce 23. '.,r .", ..: ,"i',.': .
'R 44. 311R; L. Brown 3-4. HK 28; K. \
:. 'orbm 3-4. 2B. INK; Jackson Prevatt 01 ll Mipian 12 I..K.Engineers: 5 (Wed Rangers are out In front with a .:r. :' ': .:: .
2.3.28; R. Thomas 34. June 13)) 5-1-1 record. .. :
lWCI--Jerome llowell 22. Olympians-Clayton Norman 3-3. '. ,,. .1'II!'.. .
.7 3B. 2B; Richie Fender 2-2; Jeff Phillips I Indians I I Mon) t.. :0-1"...".. ;:".. ,
1.\\116. Kr. Boys(Wed) Johnson 3B; Andy Chaff 24. Phillies-Chris Johnston 3B. .., l+-,' ( '.
Indlans--Chet Norman IRS.Twliis20IMiill .4 ...;.:. .1
d i I.WCILarry Lee 3-4. 4RBI, UK, Lake Butler Engineers-David! ', ... ,4":.
:MS; S. Marshall 3-4. HR 2B. 2RS; Waters 2-2.2B; Matt Phillips 2-3; PeeWee i,'.5.( "Ifi'i ;-'t--t': : .. 'i ," flvet.
John Wright 3-4. 3RS; Leroy McCray I lIenderson 3B. '"7 << '."' ''''. f '... .-....'It... .
21.313.Sr.: Twins-Randy Laverson 2.2; Tomv' ::1 ".. :, ... ..
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Boys-Chuck Johnson 34. 3B, Watson 3.4; Justin Willliams 38M," '-11. -- -
1 IKS. Steve Griffis 1.2 3B. 2RS; Mike Worthington Drew Davis and Brian Davis 2B. I, hlvk; Youth Major hasrball games: f...niiiit up :Mumliiy;
Roberts Phillies-Chris Johnson-2B.! Twu Slarke youths tM>k advantage of a sunny MIMIIIHTl
Tetslone 11. 2B; Boyd 13.
night uro'St
:IH Men's dOl l v and un empty Pratt Street field lo prat-tire for their I t

StarkeWomen's ';d "''was rained out about half way \..Edwards!! Catholic-Cookie Mun- "
ItiisincsMiii-n IKUehcK? (Wed) > '"
!SI. !
BusinessmenWheeler 4-5. IHK.WBI Wm'thhlKloulIUI: ('I (Mon) through and finished Monday June dorlf 34. 2B; Sharon Dewey :3-5; Cont.on PagE! B.......
Chuck Tetslone 4-4 Dewayne Ellis 1H Sherry I Haley 2B. ,
: I; Budddy Paterson 3-5.2 2B; Bill ; Mun- r
3 Hits Harold Ksford 2 hits HIt St.\ Edwards Catholic-Cookie
Hiilliff 2-5. 2B; It. Thomas 2.5 I1IR.2H. ; '
l Larry Brown 2-5. 3B; I RBI.HclxlsW !. Martin Seay. Buddy Guynn and Kevin dorff 3.3; Luana Mundorff and Dawn 11
Teston 3-4, IIIK, 3RB!. Graham 2 Hits.HMCMarvIn, Competition in the Women's Church Schoening 24. 2B; Donna Samons 24.
Tomlinson 3 Hits; league is finished with Hope Baptist Hope Baptist--Cheryl Gnann 24. II 4 Big Days For Dad
Bill Perkins 2 Hits; Ray Smith lilt taking the championship. Hope'srecord :
was 7-2.
Waters :2 Misfits: 2(Thur) Hope 12St. Kdwurdn III I (Mon)
Waters-Danny McKinney 34. 2HK.JI ('r.u I It.I Itllirord III I Mon) Kl. Ktlwardi: |2-Hopei: (Mon) Hope l Baptist-Cheryl Douglas 2.4; J- .'
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DRAPERIESiFree. estimates. I dental gold. Will visit your J "' I USED Buy direct from fac
selection of 34,
local distributor for I homo oftywiMpTtt.. Mr. Rift* ___ _, large
completely "
\ very ... 12 wide COMMUNITY
washoblo nationally I man. 479-1089.2/1 rtnchg. FOR liNT 12 acre Miss Temple
advertised GardtetteDraperies. FOR RENTi2 Bedroom :J.JR( IRTi ; Bermuda hay field Call Clifford IWA'N'U I ; lO$1Jlf'O.U'H I 1 1 : pie North. Open 9 to dusk, I

fd or loma. S&W Enterprise Stephen mobile home.Morrled cot. I 'I '6/21 Martin 96 .7145. Itchg c : q: 'Y :r IAn, OPT 6 Sunday. Phone
ple. Woiher.dryer.A/C.
garbage ..,. TFchg
4962219.3/1 TFN. and water, furnished SMALL ONE BBDROOMHOUSIrCompletely DIALER OPPORTUNITY Ma MISSING I speed TRAMPOUNEi Now round ,
I no pet. $169 plus ISO fumltrved. FURNISHED APARTMENT: 3 lot line of quality stool silver' frame with red list $999.99. sole $319.99. electric BEDROOM completely
CLARKE SAW SHOP Complete Behind Western $90 month. Phone forgo room nicety furnish for teat 8x12. list "99.9S. sole with
tecurlty. building farm In. from Westmoreland wall to wall",,
< sharpening ed light C water fur. Trailer "".8821
hand. circular tervke mower. Auto on SR-2IB. Coll 964-8243. Itchg 6/21 nlthed.; go Private entrance. Inquire du.trlal and commercial Park Juno ... M found or $249.99. Phone 1-778-3227. Itchg plu a nice slue/ yard:. '
479-1948. 9/31 tfn. PALMS APARTMENTS Fur for .lax. TFchg $16.000 owner
blade*.chain taw*. Leave otC at 603 I. WcwMngtonAvo. Rewarding Opportunity seen call Mon loftl
ond t BR
nl.hed efficiencies
#_ Building Supply lake. FREE to good homo. .. StorIr... FL. 4/21 tfchg person that can qualify require 64-S342: Reword 1tpd 6/2' 9 USED Price negotiable.
weekly or monthly.
apt nurserystock beat mobile homo.
',,'I.r. 7/3 TFN. Beautiful, 8 month old purebred $12001900 for each; a
Collie. Good with NEW FURNISHED STUDIOS ond lOSTi 1 black a ; Azaleas got.. cons, 9647262. No realtor
overhead tan mole
HOUSEt BR 2.tcw. 2 bath. 964-8191.
4 ,
2313 N. Tern- $1.50 each 18"-24" Fruit .
monthly only. walker,. ; ... 5/31 tfchg
children. 473-3081. 9/7 Writ. Soul. hound.
USI Building Approx. 1
at plo, Starke. TFchekITCHINmas 2 porches. fifc4 yard. tree.; Boxwood. 10"-13".
Hwy. 100 by In*HandyWay.W tfnchg. town. Call anytime S/om.'nc.. Rt 3. Bon 298 year old. Tattooed 'In oar $ .SO. .,"-l.". $2. Sea our BALI house
hove a wash dry fold FOR SAlSBtiltaco. 200 and tleeplng 9646365. Itpd 6/21 Gastonia N.C. 28052 or call MIC. May bo without collar rose on Fla. root stock $4 lot. 300 By feet owner West of 301

servic..25 per lb. Alton 6-ipeed motorcyclo.only 10 room, TV AC mold ter- 701161.2306.6/14 3tpd 6/28 a name tag. -" Notify $9.90 ond $6.99. Shod. 5.." State Road 125. 6/7 4tpd
dent on duty. TFN hour riding time. Mutt sal vlc. Weekly and monthly.Redourant APARTMENT 2 BR Furnl.h- M.I Conner, 964-9222 or tree, hedge plant, take |, / J
a< $500 or bed off.r. Call and lounge ed. Call 9644201 after$ PM. INCOME not meeting outgo? 964-9170. Starke, Itchg camellia, pot plant hang Follow ,j,

SEPTIC. TANK AND Onus 964-6368 between ".9 p.m. available. Underwood Itchg 621BRADFORD Eschong.hours for cath. Wo 6/21. ing baskets, and many Starling. OVER PAYMENTS!''

TRAP cleonout Now llnoi. 61 21 Itpd. Motel 3 1/2 mile North of ...I.t. Call "73.2.." few .. .. ,- more. O. C. CARNSS Concord 12 x 65 mobile '
reotonable. Joe Forsyth. NEW MOBILE HOMI LV. Starke, US 301. TFchg VlUAOl more Information. Itchg w._ ... ... ,'" .-. "' ) NURSERY. SR 100 alFlorohome. BUNK .. Drywall construe
431-Ion. All business op. PARTS STORE alto APARTMENTS. (Taking application 6/21 i t'eA".S J l ;1 i :23 mile SC ofItork. couches; _. Payment $128 mo. Pay
P loled. 3/31 TFN Whirlpool. GE RCA port MIMOSA MANOR mobile for apartment .... ", 'c, ". ,. ,- ,, P' .. Phone 699-2169 onial. transfer and move to
WHEELERS betweenKCy.ton.'Metro home park mobile. home. vacancy coming up) 1 8R. GOOD PRICES PAID for used 4/12 TFchgPINONGs $135. I ou, lot. lowtey area
and for rent Phone furnished A/C. walled mobile home If mortgage I I. 1968 DODOI VAN slant gold .
spaces 782-3114. Itpd 6/21 -
to. :
I WOULD LIKE TO KELP. 475.2401. tin 4/19. 460.2912.3/22 TFchgKITCNINETTISI garden potto. Call 9644601 3/4 paid or more. OlIN'S six. standard, good All/ kind, pillow

CHILDREN In my homo. Moot) chg before AM. 6/21 chg" MOBILE HOME SALES time. Interior carpeted wire, welded wire barbwire bed with FOR SAlEi Stor..... :

and loncod yard. For more LAKE LOTS FORALSsK.yltone On. BR 964-9604. Open 7 day good paint. $899. Call wood chain /link; tree double and Ash 2 lots
Information call Debbie Pit. $ Height' apartment, pool TV AC I QN'1 1SILL'S weekly TFchg Bill at 964.6997 or 6309. estimate Manning Fence Phyffe" with partially com-V

"Imam 496-3020. Itcho21.. Beautifully wooded lots on utllltla Included. Totally ; 'ER 1 1t 1972 OLDS DELTA 88: good Co., 473-4822. Keystone. $140; I plated house, $6.500 total. .
clear, sand bottom lako. fumlthad. Weekly, monthly YI J WANTED! Mobil. home OKle condition complete with all TFchg HP Ford COURT (Denny
MAINES INSURANCI AGENCY Good term or discount forcoih.1 rate. TEMPLE MOTEL 880 t H J', !... c. and tire. Will pick up.OlIN'S option; asking $900 or best $90: 1 Height), 1 lot with partially:
160 S. La". Avo.. lake '
to 5 octet with nice N. Temple Ave., Storke.Phone MOBILE HOME offer. Phone 9647262. 5/31 VACUUM CLEANER SAIL ; .' house, $6.000.
Butlor. 496-3978. ComplotaInsurance tree overlooking (lake from 9647357. 6/7 4tpd SAW SHOP Complete SALES 64-9606.. Open 7 TFchg Moving. These vacuum -, ( (formerly Donna
Servlc. TFN service, circular,
sharpening china )
$3.900 $500 down$90 6/78 day a week. TFchg cleaners must Al : ..
hand carbide, chain go. Young ') near old lowtey
month. Commercial' lots 1969 CHEVY $4 PASSENGER 3 mile North US 301, William Subdivision
on Make ( ) .
ON KINGSlIY LAKE blade hollow ground
Starko. 6/7 6/21
Immodlalo SR-21 North available. reservation now for and balanced leave at 3tpd lot. 75x100partially ..
coverage by your coin, stating, dental gold church. Completelyoverhauled.
phone JOI USHER Owner-Solewnan. 4734375. summer vacation Weeklyrotes. Jackson Building Supply, ring. GF crap $900 cash plus FOR SALBi I cutting torch .. foundation each:
2/22 tfnchg. AC Cottage Phone H... :jewelry SO ft. line I OAK STREET (North
AOINCV496-2126 or Stork. or Keystone chain., optical take over payment of gouge : heavy .,.
2 lots and B of
). ((7
4962903.TFNSIX : 5 ACRES on 214 near 933-2366. TFchg TFchg watch bond, etc. Phone J. SUO/mo. Will trade down vise: 1.2ton come along: I at 218. .no
Keystone Height $300 R. Sulllngton, 9646250. payment for cement mi..,. Phone alto 22)). SO-xlOff. $2.000
ROOM FOR RENT Furnished ALCOHOLICS CallsSun.. 964-6896. 6/21 2tpd 6/28. Phone 373.3507
OUNCI contour Coca- down $89." per month. TFchg anything of value.
.. ..
Cola bottlo from Lok. Phone 473-4091 or 473-4367 bedroom In large 4 BR ANONYMOUS Phone shine Acr... 964.7699.6/14 197S TFchg

Butler Florida. Will pay after 6 p.m.3/29 ttnchg home In country kitchen 964-9148 or 9646582. TFchg "' C" 0, ",,' .,.. ''I 2tchg 621MOVINGi HORSE 1/2 Appaloosa>> 1/3 cellent BEDROOM 2 bath home, 2
$20.00. Wm. F. Sollort P.O. privilege SlOO/month. Including : i''i"r'f'' ri'O, : I \ Polamlno vary gentle, ., concrete drive, '

Box 6222. St. Petersburg FOR SAL!, N.w Homo: 1 utllltlei, phone, ,i i '!'1"J', ,'", : Mutt tell 24 ft. child horse, S"".old saddle ''- ''' through yard s

FIa.33736.5/24 5lpd 6/21. oc,. land. Deerfleld Spring wather. Phone ..""-2515. REMODELING BUILDING \ .' .. c', "' ,. ." ".' Wlnnebago. extra clean and bridle Included ... utility shed air-

Road 3 BR. 2 bath, carport, TFchg REPAIRS. Now kitchen, INSURANCE AGENTi Training dual A/C. generator, fully $990. Phone 964-7251. Itpd FOR wall to wall

over 1,290 tq. ft., carpet bath, family room. Brick salary' up to $179 week. self-contained. 36.000 6/21 made Seen anytime, by
MOBILI HOMI: 2 bedroom alr/cond. home. Only $1200 MOBILI HOMI 3 BR Stove block concrete. Fireplace ly. Guaranteed alary and miles only $7,999. Contact Asking $9,000 equity
1 bath; furnished or unfur- down and payments at low A ..f.. garage, front and specialists. Grlffl' Construc commUilan. Retirement M,. Hatcher at 964.7500 FREEZER Ono 9 cu. ft. take up mortgage

nl.hed with on.half aero of at $225 mo. If you qualify. rear porch clean $100.00 tion. Phone 473-2108) or proflt-ihorlng, (home 964.7461)) ttpd 6/14 Chest-type, old but work BEAVER ". $143.99 month. 913
land and water bill paid. No .. In before school ttart. depo.lt.' 3 Mil. S. Hw 301.1.t 473-3978. TFchgBRADFORD medical 89 old major com- good. $75. Phone 964-7291 ." Washington St.

children or ptt. $129 par Coll Bob Harms 4733133. Rd. S. Indian River Fruit No experience year prefer 1978 FORD PIN RANGER Itpd 6/21 ... .. 6/31 Hchg
month with month In Stnnd Dead end lost haute SEPTIC TANK pany.
ono 6/21 2tchg 6/2 red. P"3763736." heavy-duty half-ton 17,000 ryman.
,-odvonr... Call 496-2308 6/21 REDUCE SAFE 1 FAST with on right. Elmer Jones 6/'/ SERVICIt Bradford residential '6/21 Itcha miles, loaded with option. FOR SALE) Silver Queen .,. BEDROOM 1 bath home

: Go.... Tablet and l-Vap 3tpd 6/281 pump-out. $45. Commercial '''.7..0. 489-941| or corn peas, cantaloupe, 16000. now $14.000,
:|: "water pllle" from Andrews and Industrial. Fully TRAILER MECHANIC $'O.IS 40!-.1879.6/14 2tchg 6/21. watermelon and other -to-wa11 Carpet air con
Pharmacy TRAILER LOT on Kin licensed. Phone 9648121. vegetable. Pea Sheller 4tchg / Seen al SI 3 West
PER HOUR Minimum
|9PACIOUS AND UNKUE 5/314tpd 6/21 18
lake, $70 per month.Wo..;. TFchg .1970 CHRYSLER NEWPORT. avalfoblo. Walnwrlght St.. by owner
executive of mechanical '
[ typef FOR SALE:" Pants Sun. garbage and boat ramp year og4 good $600 firm. Call Farm., SR.'6. 2 mile Eat of COUCH negotiable 6/21 tkhg J
: SR 121 from experience 40
; om. on ocro. bird 19.000 mile free. Phone 533.2261. TFchg necet.ary Starke.6/21 2tchg 6/28 old tan
TRAILER look '
MAKI YOUR 782.3517.6/7 TFchg.
twiddle School. Over 3.000 hours per week, must be
automatic p.t.and b., AM. .like. a home. Remodeling able to work all hour CITY LIMITS 3 bedroom
:iq. ft. Unlquo fireplace In mu.t
femaleto DELTA 88 Layer
1972. $900
FM. a.c..cleen.S3.SOO. FOR RENTi : wo
Call addition, screened porches home kitchen
.unk.n family room. CH/A, be able ta past physical and large
473-3169 6/21 hare home ond espens. now $800. bvdath stared 8 roosters. $1.90 each. Call 6/21
Itpd home trailer.Paul's .
:modern kltchon wdishwo.h.r / ... Private room. By to your or bock x-royt. Call for appointment track Good .condition. Beverly at 9648993. Itpd CHAIN heat-air, carpet p
F,.. be
framing. House mutt
: FOR SALEUted good workIng between SAM extras.
offlc. room week or month. Phone Phone 964.7262.6/21 tfchg 6/21 .,
:flowing room pool room condition 3 ton Homort a.tlmates. Call anytime.Phone and 9PM Monday thru Friday to your lot or one of
964.7813.I" 2tpd TRACTOR John Deere save
: air conditioner 112,000, BTU 96 .8013. TFchg 912-559-6601., Roadway F-100 514181"J .*. 964-7824. Itpd 6/21
garage. ; 1979 Custom P-U: AT dletel model No. 2240. 50 Free .. r
: MICE REDUCED TO SEllt 2 ol; furnace, bath for $ 25. HOUSE FOR RENT 3 BR. 1 STARDUST THI MAGICIAN Express Inc.. Lake Park Go. AC. PS. AM/FM I track; HP, used only 84 hrs., Fence 16 lAST toward

:aero* with doubl.wld. Call 473-3169 6/21 Itpd 1/2 bath garage carpeted Fun for everyonePhone \,. 31636. (Affirmative A- good stereo topper with 2 row rollingcultIvator Lake. 1 acre. 1.440
t;roil.r; 3 out-building.: A/C Central Heat ocro.t ctlon/Equal > Opportunity camper to truck link custom double-new ft. concrete block full

:beautiful furnituro and In- YARD SALI-Saturday only from Southtld School. $290: .964-9281., Call Entertainpartle now\. Employer) 6/21 2tchg 6/28 wheels, $900 equity or trade ground plow, 6 ft. disc lawtey. ,, carpet, $1,090 down
Jjerlor dacoratlng.Ownor Juno 23 9.6: baby Items. groups .. low monthly payment
per month $100 depo.lt. lor car and assume harrow, cole planter, equipment
:Reaving 0'.. Will .ocrlf ice. glrlt clothes, motorhoma Phone 964.7200 BAM-SPM. 6/7 4tpd 628.BABYSITTING CONTRACTOI NEEDS LADY paymant Ph. 782.3321 tool bar Total price anytime you qualify. Call Bob Ho,. :

!3pwner tayi SELL I bunk bed framet.boat, Itchg 62'MODliN AND ta drive light truck Some after B weekday. 6/31 3tpd $10.900 firm Phone 964-5533.6/21. 2tchg 6/2S
:VVORTHINGTON SPRINGS. 2 outdoor work" mu.t
lamps, furniture adding enjoy 6/28 7823489. 6/213tchg 7/5 BAHIA
,]/2 lot with traitor Included machine, books, antiques FURNISHED HOUSEWORK Phone traveling. Phone 782-3991. highly OP STARKEi Broadway t

<.* neighborhood. lott of other 11m... SR 2'. APARTMENT 1 Bedroom 964-9492. 6/21 2tchg 6/28 6/21 2tchg 6/28. FOR SAlli 1974 Toyota Cor. TRAVEL TRAILER 20 ft, near schools S lots ond S

THREE 'BEDROOM 1/2 near Lake Brooklyn wall-to-wall carpet, Air- THI MOWER CLINIC- Small olio good condition 36 deluxe A/C. both electric plan "As 1 low a* $990
;:bath; Shawi Addition off CLEANING WOMANi needed first take and. $190 montbly.
Keyttona 6/21 11 pd Conditioned. Ample Private, and all type of MPG $1.000 It. ond gas. Phone 964-6201
.SR231. flreploce..ondUaoroge. '. ; Tpo.vedlparklng In rear 24<<.I engine...wert''spalrsdl,1.1' l' for temporary work. Phone 954.1bSg0 j vycbg 6fltl....oIttIC.J. PA1. ltd g6/2) ... set :plan to Mp-
lawn ,
.-u*" .FOR SA_P4g.ol.n l< .hbur Jiecurlty lighting:I m I Monday and Tuesday mom- new ....clol.. *CamO---by Arlbr- ,
.. Jan. S. U.h&;" UIi f.". 1972 low ntUetogo..*regular'gat Modem electric kitchen. eluding* reborlng. Work Ing. Jun.25 and 26. 9AM tea 1979 CAMARO: Z-38 black. SWEET CORN, Silver Queen Home or call Bob
reasonably Henry
done .
;r! Phone"".2126 12 noon. Pay $3.00 per hour .. %4.5533. 6/21 2tchg
; roatonablo. Call Phone 964-8269 after 9 PM. Browder 964-9760. 6/31 loaded. AM/FM S track starting Saturday, Juno and *-
:; or"'6-2t03 473-4668 6/21 Itpd. NOT A MOTEL. 6/21 2tchg tfchg. Phone 964-9310. ttpd 6/21 rope 3 month old. Phone 23-you pick or we pick vacuum / .

... 6/28 782.3912.6/21' Up !Phone 964-6998. Itpd 6/21 10th
::. FOR SAUl Bunk beds, com- CETA POSITIONS 2 construction ......n. SR 16, 4 mile west '

39 I CU. FT. SIDE' BY SIDE, pleat $70. Two couches: UNFURNISHED LAKI HOMEi JIM DANDY SUPER and SERVICE roof. laborers. Mutt be 71 !DATSUNf, Station wagon: RAINED OUT Dishes, DO Prison. Comer lot 1 +

Vvhlrlpocl: : gold textured on. colonial. wingback.maple 2 BR brick on Lake Geneva.Keyttona Home remodeling electrical Bradford County resident 4 cyl 4 speed, real clean mlscellaneou Home Interior US 301 acre, 3 BR 2 bath,
doori; excellent/ condition trim blue.gold Height, mature Ing: plumbing: and.fender unemployed 10 out of lost 13 run good real go saver new and used sell ., great room com 1

4379. 496-3703. Itchg 612'. and eagsholl, $'35; on. couple, no student $290.: .work; automotive repair body; and week. economically dltod- $500. 964-8903 after 5PM. available 14 white leghorn ... .. carpeted '

; modern greens, gold, Call Jacktonvllle 786-6044. mechanical work done vontaged Apply at Employment Itchg 6/21 laying hens 321 Butler Ter Mon.- $1,190 down .

SEOETAILES FOR SAUl yellows, with plllowt, $80. 6/212tpd 6/28 964.8087.6/21 4tp 7/14 Service (Old Courthouse 1979 FORD 4 Wheel Drive race 964.5610. Fellow signsHwy. Sat. 3/1 If you ,
$:Pick or wo will pick. Old tingle Iron bed plus ). Itchg 6/31 Pickup' $100 over invoice 100 West Itchg 6/21 Harris at CI.cond'l (

::1196.2789.6/7 2tchg 6/14. bedding $69. Double Small 181 Hou... completely BIRCH r'M Pest Control. WANTED FUllTIMI Terwlllegar Motor ZSNITHTVi Block I White 19 618NORTH tr;

3 I* pedestal Duncan Phyfa furnished $90 Month. Service of Flo. The March Is BABYSITTER M/F 7 a.m. to 9647200. 206 W Madison In. portable plays good $45. : #!

)li NIT CONSOLE .PIANO. table.old. $140.' '011.,. Phone 9648243. Itchg 621.Va'IlOrUUml On To /Rid Your Homo of 9 p.m., same evenings and Itchg 6/21 982 SW 9th St., No. 183. vorlout / GAR '

Wonted: Responsible party mower for a 12 h.p. Ford I Nuisance P..... Coll weekend,. Phone 431-1200 Lake Butler 6/21 Itpd IS" or \ "
W:loke ovor Spinet Piano. days or 431.'776 eves.ReferenctS 197$ Chevrolet Bel-AIre Station children
tractor, triple 964.5534.6/2) TFN
1 ia Can bo ) }]} required. 61'" Recent Motor covert, for small
ty torm toonloyally. 11,900 BTU Feddert A.C., 51 Wagon. YARD SALIt Baby furniture, .9 Acres ideal \
Wrlto: Crodlt $79. Other odds and end. > BABY-SiTTINOi Infant to t 2tpd 621HELP Clean. $999. Phone clothe and misc. Friday and COUNTY arm or anything you ;I

jAonager. P.O. Box 207. Building behind Western 2" Thru e'' year old, TIC In my countrylame 485.1580.6/712khg 6/28. Saturday. 9.6 p.m. 619 9. W. Call ant to use it for. Allcoded ;
Carlylo, 'II. 62231, 6/14 anytime. 964-8314. '
Auto In Shopping Center; Wilt TRADd 1973 Chevrolet We.tmoreland St. Itchg ,. a good
:sat:! Drilling Equipment equal volue. Phone 782-3896 Plenty of Mt. :
HAY FOR SALE Just cut: Melro.o andKeyttona on SR STATE AUTO REPAIR! any hour of CORRECTIONAL OFFICER Ol DISHWASHIIi Used for of wild I
LICENSED 752.3931.MUST. urel Plenty
21 at SR 21 B. M Eat until 6.
jpoattol Bermuda Hay; ...... ...............s the day or night. I L: Slate Career Service twice. $190. Phone $50 p. In the nearby j
highly' fertlllied. $1.90 per .6/21 Itchg Reasonable. Phone potmen at all mole correc SELL 964-8804. Itchg 6/21 forest. Owner needs to ;i
fcoje at th. barn. Near War. FOR RENT Office P 964-8314. 6/31 3tchg 79lAWNStMowod ;
tpaca or um P!s tlonat Institution
thtngton Sprlngt.' 496-3859. retail business tpoce. Hwy .... ..... O.aiifkationslncludj 18yeart Immediate delivery Liquidation CARPORT SAlBi Juno 22. 10 NEW this tract 13800.00 j
all ill steel down
new buildingi.60x108x1512 Rood 10th tell .. erml $200.00 :
] till 4. lessen to
21 north Call 473-3288 anytime.Phone
5TFN New I Used of age.'high school ,ZS per sq. II.s40x72xt4$1,93persq. loan.
4th Ave.. .
chg 9/10. 964.8714.6/21. Stchg diploma or Flo GED. good ft. St. than right at p.m. ?
SILVER QUEEN CORN S.79 7/9 6th houso on left. Itpd 6/21 I
and Call
per doion. Ellory Grlffl.. CUlT JAMES PLUMBING! Salos-Part8-Servlc character background 1-904-387-2TO cabin with fire
$!RVICI.D.pendable pottage el Hate exam. Century Steel Building
'f ri-3655. 6/14 2tchg 6/21. MIY-$ITTING, In my home salary 19 682 ItSEW PENSACOLA BAHIA HAVtT place. Dandy garden
tervlco.Reasonable E-Z TermsPlumbing Storting
.:::: rate. 479-1177 ...................... lull-tlm.. Infants up to 9 40 hour hilt work week '- well fertilized 1.00 per'STEVE This is a handy manspecial
1r&Gll WIDE TRAILER 2 month.. Phone 964-8126. 'forveterant. bale behind baler, after because ;' Is not
bedroom, 2 both; $8.000. Day and 377-1094 Night 6/21 2tchg 6/28 OJT approved. CUSTOM HAY BALING noon either Thursday ((21 it) Inside roughed

;Cal 496-3869 or 496-2373. call collect. 4tpd. 5/31 ... Interested persons I Highly' F.rtillx.dHAYFORSALE.. I_ or Friday ((22nd). weather and plumbing com-
6/21. *
&3> 2tchg6/28. - 11&il should apply to Personnel permitting. 20 bale pleted. Water and the out-
TUTORINGiKlndergarten New Installation minimum" Phone 9647679.
is completed. Large
il Union, Correctional Inttttunan. '
bedroom. I through sixth grade at PUiEUMSCENTER/ I I 621cHICKIN "
>,lCK HOMEiS home. Certified my Remodeling Repairs' .P, O. Box 221 I J. T. 'orrl.h overlooking mtns.
&2 bath In Lake Butler. teacher. Formore '
live in it
Owner" toy. SELL I.OOUBIEWIDB I. Information call ...................... Ralford. Fl 33083 | 496-3059 | MOOMRSl Good finish can it S miles
((904-431-1212)) IMBMiai you up.
MOBILE 473.7130.4tpd 5/31 6/21 6/7 4tpd 6/28 condition. Call 964-7824.
Durranc. rom Murphy. 122.5OOOO, r
HOMEiS bedroom. 2 both; FOR SALES 1974 Dodge Dart. Paneling Molding | r Itpd 6/21
Lake ..r........e......... down and assume
lifted on choice lot In Slont-tl motor A/C. $','00 I Kitchen Cabinets 1 loan.
""I.r. Owner will finance. or trade for motorcycle of t
MICK HOMEiS bedroom. 1T1 equal value 473-2939. PUMP & SUPPLY I Counter Top Z Need BLACK EYED PEAS I'iM
I Real
2.9 acres good ac
bath In nice tubdivltlon.fiitt 2tchg 6/14-6/21. I VanltleaFREE
outside limit. Near COMPANY About 1 acre garden I
K&pltal. Maine Real WORK WANTED I TV Repair? or pasture. Plenty of ?

JtMele. ...It.r. UPHOLSTERYreatanable 894 N. Temple Ave. ZOOI : to build 3 or 4
"' .3971.6/'" TFN. 'price Call 7/9.473-2032. 4tpd ic0. USED TV For Sale/ ;II 'YOU PICK 'EM *S** Bushel, .}'.,.: ,. ,. houses. Lays gentle.

S 88SflJil 6/14 FOR SAILS to 1976 Grand Fury Starke, Fla. IIaUI..IJlSI.>e Guaranteed WE PICK 'EM. '7" Bushel ,. Large tract Plenty trees of cover privacy.this i'

TANKSlTwa-flva Plymouth. V-8 engine, I 1 $6.250.00, $1.300 down
ffWllon' / with pump. $190Sioch. radial tire*, AM/FM. Great I DA Inca Brad RiMaeN 'nE payment Plenty of wild
496-2126 9647061
Joe Usher or condition. Best Offer. Call
I and in
good fishing
140 3. Thompson St game
2V 2903. Itchg 6/21. alter 6 p.m. or on Saturday Phone Hwy 18. H ML W. Of 100 GAS the area. ?

:9RDER PIGS' for tola.k .. ... : ,Itchg 6/21.) CLASSIFIED AD Old Coc Cole ; 964-7923 .M 3

-208o. Itpd 6/21. FOR SALIiSallboat. 78 Deadline for InterflowTuetdey J Th...... FL These arc a few of over j

3t7 GRAND PRIX PON- Chrysler Plraleer, like new, neon precedingThundey i I 8e4-571! : -.- 473-340, 2000 listings. We have all a

:fcACiExcellent condition; with trailer $1200. Call before p Wke-- ,I...... I types of property from

:Burgundy ond grey: P/B: 4791482. 6/21 Itchg .te>M. FUBNITUSE ', $500.00 per acre and up. ; ;

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Gators-Brady Rehberg and Chad 3RS; Kim Brown. James ton Hope J.I.First Methodist! 4(Tues)
Heddish 2RS.HulksEd Kelli jo Dyal and Mark McKinney Hope Baptist-Steve HenWe2-2,SB;
MinorThe Douglas Donnie Francis 21tS. .. DYMqjor; Richard Hall 2.3.2B'; Mike Taylor 34.
and Karen Morgan 2RS. First Methodiet4. Dempsey 2-3-:
Muskateers IS-Zeros 14(Wed June Jay Eaves SB. '
Suns 20.Yankees 8(Wed June 13) 13) The Braves and the Dodgers are The Dominos are still far ahead
have had perfect
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Muskateers-Stephen still neck and neck. The Dodgers are with 17 wins to one loss.
Suns-Bily Harrison 4RS Bo Abridge.
with 3-0 record. ;
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season so
Carmella Coburn and ahead by one with a Is-! record. The
Bishop Link Bishop and Scott Johns Nancy Gnlder .
3RS; Melissa Burnsed 2RS. Braves record Is at 6-2. Fla.Bank IT-Brad.Furn.S(Thur) Pine Level 1 22-Calvary 7(Tues)
Yankrrsa-Krdiil( ) 3RS.YankeesDodle Florida Bank-Carolyn Redding 2-4, Pine Level-T. Saxon 3-3; Frank
Yankees--Corey Hall Jonathan McRae 2RS. Braves Lawley Gold((1'ues) HR; Linda Cubbedge and Jan McRae Durrance 3-4: Douglas Mains 2-4
Snickers 25 Marathons
3(Wed June
Simmons 2RS.
Rowe and Chris Braves-Mike Chappell and John 2,3.28. HR; Wayne Blankenship and Allen
Reds-Freeman Register IRS. 13) ,, David Francis 13. Bradford Furniture-Carol N. 2-2; Lloyd H. 2B; B. Jackson 2-4; Roger.
f !atorll19.Atttro*5(Tue) StarkeSmallfry Snickers-Lori McKinney: Diane Sandra Darley 2-3. Jones 3B.
Gold-Lamar Crews 2-3.
Gators-Brady Rehbug and Jimmy Wood and Melanie Wood 4RS;,Jason Lawtey
Y. 4RS; Chris. Noegel 3RS. Brown Marathons-Eric 3RS. Dodgers 10- 1rues( ) Domino 23-Bullets 8 (Thur)
Astros- Chris Tucker 2RS.Suns12Ilutks9Tue Major Thompson and Stephanie ThorntonIRS. Dodgers-Brad Brown 2-2. HR; Dominos-Diane Smith H. HR 2B; ,Northside35-Firm Baptist 2(FrO
George LeYasser 3-3. 2B; Robert Kathy Whitehead and Carnell Northside Baptist-Hillard Revels
( ) Carver 24.MetsDoug. Williams 3-3; Cassandra Johnson 2-3; 4.4. DIR 3B, 5RBI; Stuart Duncan
:Mester Suns-Link and Michael Bishop Gray 4RS 2RS.; The Snickers are holding perfect Samons 2-3; Ricky Marian Walmsley 3-5. 2B;,Linda Lee and Chris Lawson 4-4. IHR.3B 4RBI;
3RS Chris and Ed record with two games out of the way Wells 2B. 2..2B. Randy Crews 4-5. 2B; Gareth Jones
Hulks-Jimmy ; in the 9-12 year-old Small Fry div) Starke Broughton Bullets-Sharon Kilby 33,28.
i Dl'Jglas 2ltS. sion. Brave9-Giant4 (Tues) 2-3; G. Branson Mary Felton and First Baptist-Drew Barry HR.
Braves-Mike Whitaker 2-2 John Juanita Reed 2B.
Reds 10 1 -Aslro H(Thurs) .
! ZerOllIS.Marathonsl5(Thurs) Tee-Ball David Francis 2B. '3 *
Hon ReavUaryl WUiart and Grann.Ron Zurfluh Cindy Samons 2RS. Zeros-Lorie Alvarez 3RS; Michael Giants-Kay Allen 2-2; Billy Wells Kingsley Lake Calvary Baptist S
Alvarez Kevin Cogdill, Tammy 23. (Thur) .
honda 2 RS. Starke
Astros- Bryan Dempsey. Fender and Earl \
I Terry I Kingsley Lake-Roger Bennett 3-4,
Terrell 2RS. The Bubbles are already In first Dodgers II.Braves(Wed June IHR. 3RBI; Dennis Crawford 3-4,
; place with a win and a tie in this competition Men's Church 3RBI; Doug Crawford 3-4.2RBI; John
between the little rompers. 13)DodgersBrad Brown HR; Tony D. Johns 2.2; Terry Hardee 2-3,
DR. EDWARD C.HOHLEROPTOMETRIST Diggs 3-4 Timmy 23. Calvary D.
; Harper Northside is still hanging In there Baptist-John Johns
Zonkers 24.Rascals22(Mon) Braves-John David Francis 2B. with an undefeated 14-0 record. IHR,2RBI.
Zonkers-Andy Goodowns Becky
Nugent Klate Hancock and Jamey
Announces The Opening Of His Bowen 3RS. .
Rascals-Michelle Phillips. Melisa ;'>'<, ..
LAKE BUTLER OPTOMETRYFor Sartinoranant and Jana Sartinora-
nant 3RS.
The Examination Of Eyes And Contact Lens
Bubbles 30.Crackers 26(Mon)
Office Hours By AppointmentTues. Bubbles-Donella Smith April A., %
Kevin Boone and Christie Harrison .I. 1 t r0t
12 6 pm Friday 9 am 7 pm 4RS. .1
Crackers-Evan Dougals Robbie t
LAKE BUTLER HIGH SPRINGS Sapp Teresa Bassett Lisa Ann
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